Sustainability Statement


We have an ongoing commitment to the environment for future generations and are constantly looking for ways to minimise our impact on the land.

Cellar Door 

  • Our Cellar door is built from Radiata Pine grown and milled on the site. 
  • All wastewater is kept and managed on the property.
  • Cellar Door operates using 100% solar energy and battery backup.
  • Our kitchen food waste is currently 30kg per week this is composted. 
  • All other waste is recycled (including soft plastic).
  • All cleaning products are eco friendly
  • We source local products and use local suppliers where possible.


  • Our wines are made using solar energy and are also vegan friendly.


  • Metal post are used to avoid the use of treated timber to avoid the leaching of toxins into the soil. 
  • Second hand drip tube & vine-guards were used in establishing the vineyards.
  • Hand harvesting and hand pruning will be used ongoing.
  • Natural vineyard practiced will be used where possible with an aim to use native grasses interrow where possible.


  • We have a regenerative approach to farming the property.
  • The most North-western corner of the property has been planted with 250 Spotted Gums for hardwood. 
  • Native plants are used in all gardens to encourage wildlife to the property. 
  • We are aiming to use sheep in the future to maintain the property and naturally fertilize. 
  • We are partnering with National Parks and Wildlife Services and our neighbours to manage our 21 acres of native bush with cool burning as part of a native bush management program – ongoing.
  • We favour repair, re-use, and upcycling over new. No more obvious than the men’s urinal!

We will continue to look for ways to improve our environmental practices.


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