Villa d’Esta Vineyard

The Villa d’Esta wines are created as easy-drinking styles and ready to be enjoyed right now. The proprietors, the manager and the winemaker all share a Hungarian heritage and have adopted traditional Hungarian winemaking techniques.

At Villa d’Esta, we grow all the grapes that go into producing our wines, the majority are Chardonnay, Chasselas Doré and Chambourcin grapes. There are also some small plantings of Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz grapes.

In addition to wine grapes, just under one acre of vines produces table grapes, of which there are over 32 different varieties. These grapes mature between December and the end of February, and fruit is available to buy too.

At Villa d’Esta, our winemaking places the emphasis on producing easy-drinking styles, suitable for the table and ready to be enjoyed in the short term. The proprietors, the manager and the winemaker all share a Hungarian heritage and have adopted traditional Hungarian winemaking techniques.

2884 Wallanbah Road
Dyers Crossing via Gloucester (or via Nabiac), New South Wales
02 6550 2236
Villa dEsta website

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