Bunch to bottle is our wine making philosophy

It’s what we leave out – and what we don’t do – that makes our wine different.

Bunch to bottle means that the same hands that plant the vineyard are the same hands that prune, pick, cellar and bottle our wine. Those hands belong to Rohan Meggs, winemaker, dad and family man.

Because we only plant vines that flourish in our cool climate, they don’t need much intervention to develop their true characteristics.

Our role is minimal. We let our rich soil and environment do what they do best: produce optimum flavour that needs no taming.

Deliciously drinkable, sustainable Australian wine

Every step from bunch to bottle happens here at Enders Hill Farm.

We know the story and soul of every wine we bottle. Minimal preservatives, sulphates and additives are needed, allowing each vintage to unapologetically shine.

Every year is different and a reflection of the climate of that year. That’s how we make sustainable wine.

Bunch to bottle respects the integrity of the land, the grapes and the craft of viticulture.

It’s nature’s rhythm, harnessed by hand from our family to yours.

Our wines come alive in your glass, with easy drinking flavours everyone can enjoy.



It's taken a while for us to find a wine that we wanted to keep buying by the box but Enders Hill has done it! Enjoyable with all our favourite meals, it is a find!


Adored this Shiraz! Smooth, elegant and lovely to drink. I appreciated most that it didn't irritate my sinuses at all, I'm so glad I found it!


Enders Hill wines are beautiful, full bodied wines that carry lots of berries coming through. Easy to enjoy such a boutique wine knowing it works on the principle of less is more. 


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.