The Ingenious Fools On The Hill

In the cool temperatures of 1998, Graeme Leith planted pinot noir and chardonnay in the Macedon Ranges on a steep, north facing slope with a top elevation of 742 metres above sea level. He was deemed a ‘fool’ by the locals, “too cold,” they said!

European Escapades

Jacinta Walsh explores everything you’ll ever need to know about Italian, French and Spanish wines.

New Tracks For Vineyard

Arrive at Passing Clouds’ vineyard by train in a special collaboration with Daylesford Spa Country Railway