Open for Takeaway
Gisborne Peak in a Box
Take away - Pizza and Wine Deal
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Please phone us on our landline: 5428 2228, however, if you cannot get through phone: 0432 185 009
Lunch from 12:00. Open until 6:00 for Drinks and Snacks. Dog Friendly too! Please read about the need for photo id here
New Hours: Friday 12:00 - 6:00 Saturday 12:00 - 6:00 Sunday 12:00 - 6:00
Cool-Climate wines grown at 535 Metres! Clean and crisp. Pinot Noir is our specialty along with Riesling and our just released Lagrein.
We can handle groups of 10 to 50 in different areas. See our Group Packages for details.
Our online wine store. We also offer 'Lunch for Two' vouchers - a perfect present. We'll even personalise it for you. Just place the order and we'll give you a call for the details.
Wine and food are natural partners. We offer cellar door food that's cooked in the wood-fired oven and cannot be resisted.
The four winery cottages are the perfect launching place to explore Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges.
News, events and updates from Gisborne Peak Winery and around the Macedon Ranges
Sign up to our Birthday Club & Mailing List!
Don't miss out on any events or special wine offers, and receive a voucher for your birthday. Book in with 6+ friends and get a complimentary bottle of Sparkling Chardonnay/Pinot Noir.
We have all sorts of Gift Vouchers for the Wine Person in your life....
We offer vouchers for Lunch, the Cottages, a dollar amount, Personalised Wine Labels and more. We send you a beautiful A4 personalised voucher for you to give as a special present.
Did you know that we host Bridal & Baby Showers?
We have a number of packages to consider if you need to plan a bridal shower or a baby shower. Talk to Natalie on (03) 5428 2228 or have a look at just some of our group packages here.
Bob Nixon discusses the terroir of the region and particularly Gisborne Peak
I know a man...
In a candid moment, Bob Nixon reveals how a formative childhood moment continues to drive him in his pursuit of excellence and to get Gisborne Peak Winery to what it is today.
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