Vineyards


 

'This Year's Love' Vineyard - Woodend, Macedon Ranges

The first Over the Way Estate vineyard was planted in August 2015, the 1/2 acre Vineyard was planted to Pinot Noir (Burgundy 777 Clone on Ramsey rootstock and D2V6 on Paulsen) with close planting of 1.1 x 1.1 meters. The vineyard is located in the heart of Woodend in the Macedon Ranges, with an elevation of 590 m. The first harvest of fruit expected in 2018.

Longview Creek Vineyard - Sunbury

The Longview Creek Vineyard is just outside the Macedon Ranges, and less than 5 minutes from Riddells Creek. The vineyard has a little over 5 acres planted to Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Chenin Blanc, Riesling and Cabernet Franc. The vines are nearing 30 years of age and produce high quality, low yielding fruit.  This is also the location of the Winery.

Rice's Vineyard - Stawell, Grampians

The vineyard was first established in 1993 when 24 acres of Shiraz , Cabernet
Sauvignon and Chardonnay vines were planted . More vines were planted over the next 5 years and now there are 37 acres of vines, including Merlot. All vines are 1.5m intervine by 2.5m interrow.

The vineyard produces low yielding premium fruit with an average yield of 2.5 tonne per acre. 

Chalmers Vineyard - Colbinabbin, Heathcote

The Chalmers Vineyard is an east facing sloped site ranging from 150 to 225 metres in elevation, it is planted to a myriad of alternative varieties, with Lagrein the variety sourced for Over the Way. The vineyard has ultra high density planting at 4545 vines per hectare.