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Cellar Door Open Weekend
Taste your way through the NGERINGA range and be one of the first wine connoisseurs to try our new Winter 2018 releases at the Cellar Door. Open for the Winter Reds weekend only, Saturday July 28th and Sunday July 29th from 11am to 5pm.
Foraged & Farmed
Join us for an intimate, hands-on, Solstice member-only experience.
Cellar Door changes
Join us for our intimate Paddock-to-Plate Cellar Door experiences.
Choose a NGERINGA wine to add sparkle to your table!
Summer Release 2018
Releasing four beautiful new wines for summer...
A beautiful new look for Uncultured
Releasing our 2017 Uncultured wines and other goodies...
On August 7th, we were honoured to be the recipents of a gold medal in the delicious Magazine Food Awards in Melbourne for our Biodynamic Salad Mix!
Winter Release 2017
As the leaves fall and our home fire begins to blaze, it is with great pleasure we send you our Winter 2017 release, six fabulous wines that showcase the full range of our beautiful, biodynamic vineyards: a delicate Viognier, a savoury Rosé, an elegant Pinot Noir, a succulent Tempranilo, a modern classic Nebbiolo and our decadent Ngeringa Altus. The majority of the wines we release here come from our 2015 vintage, a season that was comparatively dry and warmer (than 2017) concluding with an uncommonly early start to the harvest. ...
It’s been a long time in coming… the new J.E wine label is finally here! J.E is an expression of all that is Ngeringa and our love of making wine from our beautiful slice of biodynamic soil – alongside the animals who help us do it and the orchards and gardens that make us such a hidden treasure. Named for the partnership that created Ngeringa Vineyards – Janet and Erinn – our J.E range is made to be delicious, to drink anywhere, anytime. For J.E we blend parcels of grapes ...
What’s in a name? Given how hard it is to remember all of the grape varietals out there in the first place, why would someone go out of their way to confuse matters further by giving more than one name to the same grape? While you’re navigating your way between Sauvignon and Savagnin or managing the pronunciation of Viognier, the last thing you need is a long list of synonyms to contend with as well! Did you know that Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are, in fact, one and the same? So are Mourvèdre ...
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