Our Wines


bronzeMedalSilverMedal22017 QUERCUS Vineyard Pinot Noir

Decanter 2019
Fresh, bright and forward, with red fruit and delicate spice. Shows good energy

International Wine Challenge (London) 2018
Cherry, berry and spice, mellow and fruitful. Soft tannin. With attractive, savouring tannins.



2019 Estate Level Pinot Noir

This classically-styled pinot noir shows upfront raspberry and wild strawberry notes with complex, savoury spices such as clove and anise. Well-proportioned oak frames the background of dense, dark plums, briar and blackberry fruit. The palate is full and balanced, with plenty of polished tannin and an excellent, upright structure carrying a dense core of powerful fruit. The wine builds to a crescendo on the finish, persisting with delicious loganberry and spice flavours. The balanced structure and fine tannins make this an excellent match with a broad range of foods.



GoldMedalSilverMedal12017 Athena’s Vineyard Chardonnay

Decanter 2019
Buttery and flinty nose. Restrained soft vanilla custard, white peaches and ginger spice on the palate with flinty minerality carrying through on to the finish.·

International Wine Challenge (London) 2018
Gorgeous, ripe and generous Gippsland, with red apples, creamy yellow peach, hints of sherbet, subtle oak spices with a long flinty finish.



SilverMedal32018 Bellvale Pinot Grigio

The wine is well balanced with good acidity. There are subtle subdued flavours and good length. It is the perfect match for delicate foods such as a grilled fish or a prawn salad. Alc12.5%


Bellvale Rose 2020

Stunning translucent red-orange copper colour and a bouquet of an array of berries, blossoms and cloves The 2020 Rose is layered and is incredibly hard to pin down. It defiantly straddles a line of complexity and freshness, sweetness and savoury spice, creamy and brightness. Flavours of wild, tart strawberry, nectarine flesh, mandarin and a hint of orange bitters converge with a sublime seamless texture. A seriously good Rose from a master of pinot noir in Gippsland, and one of Australia’s finest. 



The growing season was rather cool with some rain. Harvest was at the middle of April. The wine is deeply colouredwith complex bold tannins. Delicious, with excellent length and nice acidity.


2020 Bellvale Estate Level Chardonnay

The growing season was rather cool with some rain. Harvest was at the end of March and the wine is crisp and fresh with layers of complexity, showing notes of ripe white peach and nectarine. The length and freshness combine to make the wine blend beautifully with a meal. One is reminded once again why Chardonnay from a site with a moderate climate can express such exquisite subtleties of flavour and texture. Alc 13%