Bring in your war medals or your RSL membership and have a glass of wine on us!

We'd like to extend a special invitation to current service men and women, past service people and those of you who have a family history in the defence force. Bob will be wearing his father's medals all day, so why not join him and wear your family's medals as well? Come in on Friday the 25th and let's celebrate the Anzac spirit and share your family stories.

Or simply join us for lunch.  We will be cooking our delicious wood oven menu and all coffees with be served with tasty Anzac biscuits.


 Yes, we are open and cooking wood-fired pizzas every day between Easter and the end of the Anzac Day weekend.  So come for lunch during this super-long weekend. 



It looks like we'll be picking grapes on Saturday, April 26.  

If you would like to join us, please give us a call and register your interest.  Even if you have  told us over the cellar door counter that you'll come along, please tell us in  writing, as we've written nothing down.  We need a firm estimation of pickers so that we can supplement our volunteers with paid pickers as well to ensure that the entire crop comes in on Saturday. So please drop us an email or call us with your numbers.




About Our Cellar Door

The Cellar Door is located in the Macedon Ranges.  It is especially popular at the winery with visitors meeting family and friends. We believe that food and wine are natural partners, so we have a small, but delicious menu featuring the wood-fired oven. Wood-fired pizzas are served every Friday through Sunday and public holidays.  A few other cellar door snacks are available to have along with a glass of wine, including sizzling prawns, our new baked brie, chorizo sausage and more.  Taster's Platters are served every day, and the pestos, cheese and sausages on them make a great accompaniment with the delicious wines. Espresso coffee and delicious cakes are also available daily. Check out the Cellar Door page for our menu and wine list.

Wine List

A wine for everyone.  From our estate grown Semillon (very much like Savignon-Blanc) to our regional speciality Pinot Noir, there is something to suit everyones taste.

Delicious Food - Menu

Food and wine are natural partners.  Baked Brie - perfect with wine.   What's on offer at Gisborne Peak Winery?  Have a look...

Group Packages

Group Visits (10+ visitors). We would be happy to have your group meet at Gisborne Peak Winery. The site offers a casual, fun and friendly atmosphere where visitors can sit on the open-air deck or in the all weather marquee.

Our History

In 1976 the first 12 acres of the Mawarra Vineyard property was purchased, a windswept block of what was once part of a cattle property, with only eight living trees on it.

The first planting of grapes in 1978 was a hobby block of Sylvaner Riesling vines. Later these were grafted or replaced with Pinot Noir. This old block of Pinot is alongside the drive and car park along the entrance road to the cellar-door centre.

By 1980 the vineyard bug had got to vigneron Bob Nixon's imagination and the planting frenzy began. Bit by bit, the area has grown to now cover nearly 13.5 acres of what is now an 18-acre property through extra land being purchased adjoining the original block.

Bulk Discounts

Purchase 12 items or more and receive a 10% discount

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