Founded in 2004, the Lomond Wine Estate is over 800 hectares with a total of 18 different soil types – an incredible variety for a wine farm, and one that ensures the production of some truly exciting wines.

The landscape varies from around 50m above sea level to around 100m above sea level, with uninterrupted exposure to the ocean breeze, providing consistent coolness throughout the summer months, with temperatures seldom reaching above 30º Celsius.

The vineyards are planted in north-west facing blocks on the lower reaches of the farm as well as within view of the sea, in sandy, gravelly and highly weathered soils with a clay substructure. The vines are trellised on a 5-wire hedge system and pest and disease control are managed according to the IPW rules and standards.