It was 1855 when the first vines were planted in the rich volcanic soil of the steep slopes of Ivanhoe Hill. Stretching across the foothills of the majestic Brokenback Mountain range, the Ivanhoe Estate is a patchwork quilt of vineyards and has become one of the most photographed and talked about vineyards in the Hunter Valley.
Ivanhoe Wines is an 80 acre vineyard, nestled in the parish of Pokolbin, in the Hunter Valley (New South Wales, Australia). The secrets of our fertile land
lay underground in the rich volcanic soils. Generations of wine making experience, united with 50 year old vines which produce some of the Hunter Valley’s finest fruit, is what makes our wine and Ivanhoe unique. The vineyards are planted with Shiraz and Semillon, which the Hunter is famous for, as well as other exquisite varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Verdelho, Chambourcin and Gewurtztraminer.
You are invited to try our Hunter Valley wine and taste the Ivanhoe difference.