Bunch to bottle wine from the Macedon Ranges region

No recipes.
Minimal additives.
Barrels of hard yakka.

From the moment we planted our first vines in 2016, we’ve been determined to create wine that’s as unfiltered as our passion.

Wine that’s true to its origin. Sustainably grown and expressive of its natural flavours with minimal intervention. That’s our bunch to bottle philosophy. It means that every part of our winemaking process is completed here by the same person.


From our family to yours

G’day, I’m Rohan Meggs, husband to Alison and dad to two littlies.

I’m the guy who creates our wine from bunch to bottle, at our vineyard in Trentham nestled between the wineries of the Macedon Ranges and Daylesford.

After 20 years of working with large scale wineries, I called last drinks on making homogenised vino blends.

We bought Enders Hill Farm and started from scratch planting our vineyard and building a home for our family.

We set out to make wine we love for every day Australians who love a good drop at a fair price.

Our goal is to create sustainably produced wines that enhance the reputation of the Macedon Ranges region and reflect our love for the wine industry.

Sustainable, handcrafted wine

We’re about wine that expresses its inherent characteristics on your palate.

Every vintage is unique, reflecting nature and our climatic conditions.

That’s how wine should be. Stripped back to let the terroir take centre stage.

We sustainably care for environment by choosing vines that grow well here and need minimal intervention so nature can do her thing.

Our wine expresses the Macedon Ranges region as it comes alive in your glass and dances with your tastebuds.


Handcrafted, Bunch To Bottle Wine

Liquor licence no. 36139239. It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years.

Our grapes are grown on Aboriginal land. We acknowledge and give thanks to the Dja Dja Wurrung people, the Traditional Owners of the land we live and work on. We pay respect to their elders past, present and emerging. This land always was, and always will be Aboriginal land.