Rising from the shores of the Yarra River at 75 metres and peaking at 225 metres above sea level, Levantine Hill vines thrive in looking out over steep clay loam slopes, at similar elevations to the Grand Cru vineyards of Chablis, France. The slopes, amphitheatres, valleys and orientation combine to create a distinct microclimate in each paddock.
This uniqueness is evident in their Estate and Family Paddocks range, drawn respectively from the Maroondah Highway and Hill Road single vineyard sites. Although each of the varietal wines draws inspiration from their historical heartland in France, the specificity of their faithful expression of Levantine Hill's own vineyard sites makes them highly individual and unable to be replicated anywhere else in the world.
Levantine Hill produces wines of finesse, longevity and outstanding character.
The Levantine Hill Cellar Door is the perfect environment to experience these wines firsthand.