266 Meakins Road, Flinders Mornington Peninsula Victoria, Australia


0416 143 439 / 0407 391 991


11am – 4pm, Sat to Monday

Public holidays and other days by appointment.

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This Australian website is owned and operated by Nazaaray Estate Winery (ABN 56 626 507 277) and the prices quoted are in Australian dollars.Because both alcohol and a credit card are involved, we require all purchases to be finalized by a person aged 18 years or older. Our website is governed by the law in force in the State of Victoria, Australia. The use of our website constitutes your consent to our terms and conditions.


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Most Victorian Public Holidays.
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Each bottle priced include GST-10%.
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Sunset View from Nazaaray Estate More than 5000 trees and bushes have been planted


Most vineyards are a monoculture. Twenty years ago at Nazaaray more than 5000 trees and bushes were planted. One thousand Australian native trees are planted between the vine rows to create separate vineyard areas and to harbour desirable insects, lessening the need for chemical sprays. Regular mulching for years with hay, keeps the roots cool, kills weeds and is improving soil quality through the creation of deep rich humus.

The recent introduction of free range hens and baby doll sheep is yet another step in the vineyard's aim of sustainability. We have four baby doll sheep Alfie is the eldest and the leader. The rest of the mowing team is Chester, Willbaa and Harry. They help to clear out the grass patches between the rows of vine. No spray no heavy machinery for mowing and they fertilize simultaneously at no extra charge

Beneath the red clay soil are ancient mineral rich volcanic deposits. Vines are only irrigated for the first few years until the roots are established. The roots are forced to seek water deep in the soil, and therefore true expression of terroir manifests.