Mount Macedon Winery Vineyard was established as a cool climate vineyard in 1989. The old block of 8 acres planted in 1989 has approximately 8,750 vines consisting of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. The new block of 12 acres was planted in 2000 and has approximately 12,000 vines consisting of Chardonnay, Pinot, Gewurztraminer and Maria Field.
The vineyard is located on the western slopes of Mount Macedon, it is surrounded by the Macedon Regional Park and overlooks the Black Forrest. It is 690 metres above sea level (above the front line) so they can expect a couple of snowfalls each winter.