Cannibal Creek Vineyard
Cannibal Creek Vineyard award winning winery, restaurant and cellar door, is one of Gippsland’s up and coming properties. Situated close to Melbourne, just outside the booming Pakenham suburb and the future growth of Nar Nar Goon.
Established over 20 years ago on Cannibal Creek, with the initial plantings of 5 ha of vines and the development of the winery and shedding. A stylish architectural restaurant was built 2 years ago and seats approximately 60 people and features handmade timber trusses and a hemp feature surrounding the fireplace. There is also an entertaining, separate cellar room.
The home, Circa 1920, is a character filled period style with cathedral ceilings and great views, 3 bedrooms and a pool. It enjoys a feature dam in the garden and majestic trees. It is the home of Pat and Kirsten Hardiker who are very proud of their accomplishments and awards. A list of some of the successes include….
Cannibal Creek Vineyard took out a staggering nine awards, including wine of the show at the annual French Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Wine Show , Le Concours des Vins de Victoria in 2014
Other awards include the Casey Cardinia Business Awards 2017 Winner Hospitality Award.
James Halliday has given the 2016 Cannibal Creek Reserve Pinot Noir 95/100 and good praise.
Jeremy Oliver has also highly rated their wines saying ... one of the few Australian... that can rival the best from Marlborough Cannibal Creek Reserve Sauvignon Blanc 2017 95/100.
The winery is fully equipped to process 40 tonne and modern quality equipment which includes Air bag press, Crusher & Destemmer , Elevator, Sorting table and Transfer pump and Must pump and tank storage for about 30,000 litres, many barrels and app 60000 bottles of wine stock at any given time
There is a Packing shed with Coolroom, a Workshop, Machinery shed and stockyards.
The vineyard comes with all vineyard equipment and tractors. It has panoramic views of Mt Cannibal and is set on granite soils unique to the area and regarded as one of the best ingredients creating the wines. There are approximately 7000 vines of various Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon , Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay varieties. A 6.5 megalitre dam provides ample irrigation water through a drip system, other dams, Cannibal Creek , water tanks and mains water.
Set on 29 Hectares (69 acres) there is plenty of room for growth, for the entrepreneur.
This property and business is now for sale on a walk in walk out basis and we are seeking expressions of interest, with offers closing on the 28th February 2019. Only further investigation will reveal the future potential. There has been recent interest in leasing the beautiful restaurant and the industry offers of purchasing the grapes. For further details please contact Tom Gibson at Alex Scott and Staff 0438574472 or Malcolm Graham 0418338444