Hay shed complete

Unless you were sitting inside the cellar door we were a bit short on shade outside so we have built a hay-shed. This is a simple structure that is essentially a roof, paving underneath and festoon lights for evening events.

Gold Gold Gold for the 2015 Shiraz!

We are excited to release out 2015 Shiraz. Since being bottled earlier in the year it has won three gold medals, a silver medal and two bronze medals. It is still relatively young but already it demonstrates a maturity beyond its years. The 14/15 seasons was a great season in area, although changeable weather conditions read more

Owner/business manager finalist in Australian Women in Wine Awards

Four Winds Vineyard business manager Sarah Collingwood is one of four finalists in the Australian Women in Wine Awards, announced today. Sarah has managed Four Winds Vineyard for the last six years and has overseen the expansion of the business. Aside from the cellar door, vineyard and winery, Sarah has worked with the community on the recent 4 read more

2015 Sangiovese Release

We are so excited to release this 2015 Sangiovese for a few reasons. It is one of the first wines to come out under our new packing, the wind-themed photography series and it is one of the first reds from the excellent 2015 vintage. If you want to try a bottle or two you can read more

5 Star winery!

It was great to see that we have retained our 5-star rating with the release of the James Halliday 2017 Wine Companion yesterday.

Our first sale

We have been working over the last 12 months on new packaging for our wines and we are so incredibly excited to get these new wines on the bench that we are having a sale to sell down some of the current stock. We haven’t had a sale before, so we hope you take the opportunity read more

That’s a wrap!

That’s a wrap! I am sending off the last few cases of 4 Tonne Project Shiraz today. Thanks to Eden Road Wines and Collector Wines for being part of this project – it has been fabulous to collaborate with you both. Thanks to Rowena Martinich for the label artwork and Downie Design for making it into a wine read more

“…perhaps the best red you will find at this price.”

“…perhaps the best red you will find at this price.” Wine journalist for the Canberra Times, Chris Shanahan, has had a chance to taste the 4 Tonne Project Shiraz and has been glowing in his review.

The project hits $40K!

I was very excited this morning to see that the 4 Tonne Project has tipped over the $40k milestone. Not much more wine to go now!