As the crow flies 140 km from Sydney Harbour, over the blue plateau of Triassic sandstone cliffs, following the Great Western Highway, turn onto the tourist route to Oberon. Over the divide to the Native Dog Syncline to longitude 149.54 degrees west of Greenwich meridian and Latitude 33.73 degrees south of the equator. At an altitude of 950 metres on metamorphosed volcanic soil on a north facing slope lies our vineyard planted in 2003 by family and friends.
The vineyard is occasionally irrigated by a bore adjacent to a spring on Badger Creek which falls from the Essington State Forest down to Sewells Creek, part of the Macquarie River catchment of NSW.
Where We Are
We drink glass after glass of love, neither does our thirst diminish,
nor the wine decrease… unimaginably far back, the rocks of Gondwanaland
metamorphosed into the Native Dog Syncline on the western slopes of the
Central ranges of NSW. In the blink of an eye, we have Bellbrook Friends
and family, laughing and singing during the harvest and vintage, as we mix
traditional winemaking with whole bunch and wild yeast ferment of our grapes
harvested by hand from our much loved part of the world.