Lethbridge Estate Vineyard
The Flagship Vineyard in Lethbridge, located 30 km north west of Geelong, was originally planted in 1874 by Swiss immigrants and was replanted by the owners of Lethbridge Wines in 1996. This vineyard is managed using sustainable principles, informed by organic and biodynamic practices.
Varieties Planted: Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Viognier, Merlot, Sangiovese Brunello, Gamay and Chardonnay.
Wines: Lethbridge 'Mietta' Pinot Noir, Lethbridge 'Indra' Shiraz, Lethbridge 'Hugo George' Sangiovese Merlot, Lethbridge Pinot Noir, Lethbridge Merlot, Lethbridge Chardonnay, ‘The Bartl’ and Lethbridge Rosé.
Hat Rock Vineyard
The Hat Rock vineyard, named after a geographical feature resembling a hat, is located on the Bellarine Peninsula between Drysdale and Portarlington. The vineyard planted in 1996, is a fairly uniform black basalt derived clay soil type.
Varieties Planted: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay
Wines Produced: Hat Rock ‘Single Vineyard’ Pinot Noir, Lethbridge Pinot Noir, Hat Rock Chardonnay.
The historic Rebenberg Vineyard is on Mt Duneed, approximately 10km south west of Geelong, an area first planted with vines in 1858. This vineyard was planted by Ken and Joy Campbell in 1970 initiating the re-emergence of Geelong as a winegrowing region. Initially planted to Semillon, Cabernet, Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, most of the vineyard has now been pulled out for housing.
Varieties Planted: Chardonnay, Shiraz, Semillon
Wines: Lethbridge 'Allegra' Chardonnay ++.