Located in the Canberra Wine Region, the Wily Trout Vineyard was planted in the late 90s on the hills surrounding the Poachers Pantry property.
The white grape varieties, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc were planted on the granite hills that rise to 800m. The cooler climate produces grapes that make delicate yet complex white wines.
The red grape varieties, Pinot Noir and Shiraz are situated on the north east facing granite hills that rise to 725 metres. Perfect for catching the morning sun and for allowing the cool air to drain down the Nanima valley. This unique location produces grapes that are turned into interesting reds.