Every Saturday & Sunday from early June to late August. We’re excited to again include truffles at the cellar door as part of our winter tasting experience. Come in to the cellar door at Mount Majura Vineyard to taste a flight of wines matched with truffled brie. Combining deliciously rich triple cream brie-style cheese with truffles from our neighbour Jayson at...

Friday 23rd August. Join us for a truffle and wine dinner at Canberra's iconic Water's Edge Restaurant. Each course has been carefully matched to our wines, including our newest wine, Remi. And this is a great chance to indulge in local truffles while they're at their best. $149 per person. Please call the restaurant for bookings on 02 6273 5066....

Saturday 24 August. Join us one brisk Canberra morning to help prune the vines. The vineyard is in dormancy and is being pruned by viticulturist Leo Quirk with help from the wonderful Pete and Charlie. Leo will take you into the vineyard to learn why pruning is such an important part of the annual vineyard cycle. Learn about different pruning techniques while...

Saturday 31st August, 3pm - 6pm Together with other local wineries, we're coming to town. Catch us at the Nishi Grand Stair in New Acton. A great chance to taste and take home a few of our wines as well as wines from other local wineries. You can purchase a keeper tasting glass for $12 and meet the makers for a great...

We had some pretty special pickers for our first picking day for vintage 2019: club members! After going through a foot bath and a short safety briefing (‘these snips are sharp, don’t cut any fingers off’) our enthusiastic team were into it, carefully placing chardonnay bunches in their picking lugs and commenting on their beauty.     It wasn’t a crack-of dawn start,...

Saturday 14th September 2019, 10:30-12:30. It's your turn to play winemaker for the day! Learn the art of blending with our winemaker Frank van de Loo as he takes you through the components of our multi award winning TSG (Tempranillo, Shiraz, Graciano). The event will begin with a tasting of the current vintage TSG followed by each component from barrel of the...

October 2019. In 1988 Dr Edgar Riek and owner Mrs Dinny Killen planted the first hectare of Mount Majura Vineyard. To vigneron Dr Edgar Riek the site with an east-facing slope having limestone and volcanic rock had all the right components to be one of Canberra District's best. The first wines were made in 1990, so the 2019 vintage will be...

Our winemaker, Frank van de Loo has been nominated as a 2018 finalist in the Winemaker of the Year awards conducted by Gourmet Traveller WINE magazine. Van de Loo started working here in the vineyard at Mount Majura in 1998, quickly expanding it to the current size, and taking over the winemaking role in 2001. The expansion of the vineyard included planting...

A vineyard, especially at this time of year, is a beautiful sight, green, lush and bursting with life and the promise of grapes to come. As we explained recently, we need to be careful how we manage this natural system, and ideologically-driven methods aren’t necessarily the best. We implement ‘integrated pest management’, in other words, we look carefully at the ecology...

One of the fascinating things about wine is the people it attracts and the range of emotions it engenders. For some people, it has to be organic, or even biodynamic, and we can understand where they’re coming from. Wine can be a beautiful product of the land, a sensuous experience that connects us to a time and place where the sun...