Sparkling Picnic Brut

The Pinot Chardonnay based sparkling is a traditional aperitif Prosecco style with lovely soft acidity and soft fruit character.  It makes a perfect easy drink for a celebration….. or something…..

Suavignon Blanc

Fresh, fruity and crisp.  With hints of Lychee & Passionfruit characters with a long light finish.

Unwooded Chardonnay

A rich fruit driven style made for easy drinking with delicious stone fruit and nutty flavours.


Melon and Citrus characters with light vanillin and celery oak notes, very round full palate, oak tones lift fresh stonefruit characters.

6 months in 30% new oak barrells


The Rose’ is a dry summer wine made from the free run juice of the Cape Horn Cabernet which flourishes in this warm climate region.  The lively red cherry characters and crisp acidity create a wine that is best enjoyed young, chilled and in good company!

Sparkling Durif/Shiraz

This wine is first matured for 18 months in French Oak and has the intense berry fruit flavours typical of Durif and Shiraz.  After a re-fermentation in the bottle, the wine is rested for a further 12 months, then disgorged with a dosage of Port to smooth the finish and balance the wine.


Italian grape variety made in the south of Italy.  Very big, mighty red with layers of fresh red fruit character and a punchy palate that lives in your mouth for hours

Cabernet Sauvignon

An elegant yet full-bodied wine with perfectly balanced varietal mint and blackberry characters.  This well structured wine has fine tannins balanced by light French Oak treatments.


One of the lighter styles of the Cape Horn reds, this is a medium bodied wine, made in an elegant style with subtle American Oak integration, designed to emphasise the varietal characteristics of bright, re berry and lean tannins.


Durif is a late ripening variety with lots of strong tannins, intense colour and spicy plum flavour.  It has a lovely depth that is enhanced by 16 months maturation on new Water Bent American Oak.  It will cellar well for the next 2 to 5 years.