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Home : Hanging Rock Winery
WINERY PROFILE ARCHIVE
|Hanging Rock Winery||
Region: Australia - Victoria - Macedon Ranges
Winemaker: John Ellis
Production Quantity: 30 000 cases
Address: The Jim Jim, Jim Road, Newham, Vic 3442
Ph: (03) 5427 0542
Fax: (03) 5427 0310
The Macedon area has proved very marginal in spots, and the Hanging Rock vineyards, with their lovely vista towards the Rock, are no exception. John Ellis has thus elected to source additional grapes from various parts of Victoria to produce an interesting and diverse style of wines. The low-priced Picnic White and Picnic Red, with the striking label, have been particularly successful. Exports to the UK, Canada, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan.
Macedon Cuvee VII, Rock Riesling, The Jim Jim Sauvignon Blanc,Victoria Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, Victoria Chardonnay, Rock White (Chardonnay), Late Harvest Riesling, Late Harvest Gewurztraminer, Macedon Rose Central Highlands Pinot Noir, Victoria Cabernet Merlot, Gralaine Merlot, Victoria Shiraz, Rock Red (Shiraz, Grenache Pinot Noir), Picnic Red, White and Brut, 'S' (sticky).a
Price Range: 12.00 - 48.00 Cellar Door
Hanging Rock Victoria Shiraz
Hanging Rock Winery Heathcote Shiraz
Hanging Rock Central Highlands Pinot Noir
Hanging Rock Macedon Rose
Hanging Rock Victoria Chardonnay
Hanging Rock Picnic White
Hanging Rock Victoria Semillon Sauvignon Blanc
Hanging Rock The Jim Jim Sauvignon Blanc
Hanging Rock Macedon Cuvee
Hanging Rock Gewurztraminer
Hanging Rock Macedon Reserve Cuvee (Late Disgorged)
Hanging Rock The Jim Jim Pinot Gris
Hanging Rock The Jim Jim Gewurztraminer
Opening hours: 7 days 10-5