Clyde Park Vineyard was established in 1979 when the varieties of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir were planted on the property. Further plantings since have increased the vineyard to 35 acres, expanding the original Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and adding Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Gris. In all there are 7 clones of Pinot Noir, 6 clones of Chardonnay, 2 clones of Shiraz and Sauvignon Blanc and a sole clone of Pinot Gris.
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With sweeping views of the Moorabool Valley, a toasty fireplace to keep you warm and stunning food & wines to taste – this is an afternoon well spent.A room full of history & passion for fine food and wine.The Handcrafted artisan bricks that are tucked away behind our fireplace were sourced from the Moorabool River in the Goldrush days, by a family from Meredith who specialise in anything old.The Moorabool River that sits at the boundary of Clyde Park, was used as campsites as people moved along the river from Geelong to Ballarat to participate in the Goldrush.
Clyde Park Vineyard is owned by Terry Jongebloed & Sue Jongebloed-Dixon. The estate was originally established by Gary Farr, but has been under the control of Terry & Sue since 1996. Clyde Park without a doubt at the forefront of cool climate viticulture, is a 5 Star Rated Winery in the Halliday Wine Companion and is a regular participant in the ANZ Boutique Wine Show.
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