Wine has been made in the Canberra District for 160 years. The district's vineyards cover a large altitudinal range of 300 to 800 metres, facilitating the production of exquisite, award winning cool climate wines.
The range in temperature, vineyard elevations, varying soil types and the application of the winemaker’s skill and individual character enables production of a wide range of varieties – from styles such as Sangiovese to Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Shiraz. The ability to ripen the same fruit across the whole region provides great diversity within styles.
Every cellar door provides a quality interpretation with individual character. A journey through the Canberra District tasting a single variety is an experience in itself.