Well, the time has come. The Cellar door site HAS been selected, the plans are drawn. It’s just a few steps away and we would love your help.

we’VE created a limited-edition wine for the occasion and by purchasing, you will become a founding member and FOREVER BE PART OF THIS WONDERFUL PROJECT.

SCOTT & BELINDA AUSTIN

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the cellar door wine

YOU CAN BECOME A FOUNDING MEMBER WHEN YOU PURCHASE THIS LIMITED-EDITION WINE

Austin’s is building a new cellar door, we are going to create an amazing venue that showcases the best wine and produce in the Moorabool Valley region. We’re asking you to make a small investment in us, and in return, we’ll deliver a first-class space to be enjoyed by wine, food and fun lovers.

So, we’ve created limited-edition wines. There is only 330 dozen of each variety  and every bottle is individually numbered.

The wines feature an original artwork by Natalie Anderson.

Austins Cellar Door Founding Member Pinot Noir

Cellar Door Pinot Noir 2019

Lovely ripe fruits of dark cherry and plum overlaid with savoury spice and firm structure.

CEllar Door Founding Members Shiraz

Cellar Door Shiraz 2019

A cool climate shiraz with aromatics of ripe red berries and black mulberry. A smooth palate of concentrated berry compote, charry oak and a hint of vanilla.

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ARTWORK BY NATALIE ANDERSON

Label art by Natalie Anderson

Nat Anderson is local to Geelong and lives closeby to the Austin’s vineyard. Her art practice is driven by a desire for lifelong learning and a connection to country.

Natalie said “the art was all about the huge wonderful Sutherlands Creek sky, full to the brim with painterly cumulus clouds – and the colours of those vines – the vines were in various stages of russet red when I was there and I remember thinking ‘could this be any more perfect?’ It was almost instant in my mind what I wanted to paint – the long low horizon dominated by the sky and the promise of rain; the harvest and the associated joy of the harvest in the vines; and the feeling of being part of a tradition and a story.”

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