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Welcome to Idyll Wine Co. 

 

Located In The Moorabool Valley, Victoria

Idyll Wine Co. is situated on the original Idyll vineyards planted in the late 1960’s by Darryl and Nini Sefton.  Part of the Moorabool Valley’s renaissance, the vineyard was the first re-planted after the region was decimated by phylloxera in the late 1800’s.

Some of those original vines still remain and the vineyard has been redeveloped to include Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier – with an ambitious plan to produce Methode Traditionelle in coming vintages.

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Production Facilities

Idyll Wine Co. is a fully-operational production, packaging and logistics company.  We are able to offer end-to-end solutions for all of your wine and cider requirement, including winemaking and contract bottling.

Our facility houses some of the most sophisticated wine and cider processing equipment in the world, ensuring that our products are produced to the highest standards consistently every time.

 

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Our Wines Are Enjoyed Around The World

In 2017, Idyll Wine Co. produced nearly 19 million bottles of wine under many different brands. We enjoy creating high quality wines that consistently exceed expectations, at terrific value for money.

Idyll Wine Co. is currently planning further development to increase capacity.

 

Visit the Idyll Wine Co Cellar Door before 30/11/2019 and mention this offer to redeem.

Visit the Idyll Wine Co Cellar Door before 30/11/2019 and mention this offer to redeem.

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Our Range of Fruit-Forward Idyll Wines

Idyll Wine Co is a premium wine company that sources grapes throughout Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia, looking to produce wines that reflect the vineyards in which they were grown.

Arcadian Shiraz Wins Wine Of The Year

Arcadian Shiraz was awarded Wine Of the Year at the prestigious London International Wine Competition in 2018.

 
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