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Gisborne Peak Wines
Gisborne Peak Wines
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Gisborne Peak Wines




“Relax and unwind amongst the serenity of the Macedon Ranges,
where luxury and relaxation meet fine wine..”

Gisborne Peak Winery vineyard in Gisborne South
Gisborne Peak Winery

Gisborne Peak Winery

Gisborne Peak Winery

Perched upon the idle Mt. Gisborne, this beautiful winery overlooks rolling green hills and sits amongst the calming atmosphere of the Victorian countryside. Here in the heart of the Macedon Ranges, Gisborne Peak Winery specialises in a wide range of wines including, pinot noir, chardonnay, riesling and semillion.

The thirteen-acre site has recently been taken over by new management. The vines were first planted in 1990 and was ran by Bob and Barbara Nixon up until May 2023. The new owners hope to continue the couple’s legacy and emanate their love and passion for the vineyard.

Gisborne Peak Winery’s educational and interactive wine tasting is now conducted as a seated wine flight where guests are presented with four forty-millimetre pours of wines of their choice. Equipped with a beautifully rustic on-site restaurant that creates delicious wood-fired pizzas and offers cellar door snacks and taster platters, the winery has a multitude of activities and amenities on offer.

Located only fifty kilometres from Melbourne, the picturesque and peaceful Gisborne Peak Winery features the most stunningly quaint on-site accommodation. Perfect for a romantic getaway, or as an escape from the city, the four eco-cottages overlook the winery’s vines and provide guests with a calming and charming atmosphere. Guests can settle into the self-contained cottages and enjoy the sweeping views of the countryside.

The cellar door is open seven days a week for everyone to enjoy and indulge in all of the winery’s delicious wines. Its cool climate creates the perfect conditions to create a rich and fruitful pinot noir.

Relax and unwind amongst the serenity of the Macedon Ranges, where luxury and relaxation meet fine wine. Take in the country atmosphere and visit Gisborne Peak Winery today where visitors are invited to immerse themselves in the area’s rich greenery and delicious food and drink.

Tasting Notes

Gisborne Peak
⇐ 2019 Riesling

This appetising white wine offers hints of lemon on the nose and a beautiful flavour and roundness on the palate. This is typical of a cool-climate riesling which also features excellent acidity, making this wine a keeper. Indulge yourself in this outstanding white wine that won five stars as the James Halliday wine companion.

Gisborne Peak
⇐ 2018 Sparkling Pinot Noir

Made traditionally, this sparkling red is an utter delight. When this pinot noir hits the palate, you can be sure you will be met with a fruity and bubbly flavour. This wine was originally made as a full-bodied pinot noir before maturing on lees in the bottle.

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⇐ 2021 Chardonnay

After fermentation this wine was exposed to oak for a short period of time to give it a beautiful balance and roundness. Displaying hints of apricot, passionfruit and peaches, this delightful chardonnay is clean and crisp on the palate. With a gentle balance of acid and giving length of flavour, this white wine is sure to enlighten your taste buds.

Gisborne Peak
⇐ 2021 Pinot ‘Rose’

This pinot is an outstanding example of cool-climate grape growing. As the winery specialises in this type of wine, you can be guaranteed that this vintage has aged well. It has a superb balance and depth and displays beautiful pepper and plums on the palate. Enjoy it now or put it away for up to five years.



Getting There
69 Short Road,
Gisborne South

Contact Details
Tel: (03) 5428 2228
Email: info@gisbornepeakwines.com.au
Website: www.gisbornepeakwines.com.au

Cellar Door
Open seven days a week

Platters, wood-fired pizzas and snacks. Open Monday to Friday, 11.30am to 4.00pm and Saturday and Sunday, 11.30am to 5.00pm

Weddings & Functions
Caters to group lunch bookings only for up to fifty guests

Four self-contained cottages