Our Wines

All Bannockburn wines are made from fruit grown on our long-established estate in the Geelong wine region. The meticulously tended vineyards and the hands-off approach by winemaker Matt Holmes result in wines that are exciting, complex and uniquely Bannockburn.

“Gentle inputs and minimal additions are definitely the goal”

Matt Holmes

Our range include varieties of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Gamay and a Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot blend. We also make several celebrated single-vineyard wines.


These wines tell the story of all of our blocks: a composite of soil, aspect, clone and vine age, from our 22 hectares of vineyard.  

Riesling 2023
Regular price $35 Sold out
Sauvignon Blanc 2023
Regular price $35
Chardonnay 2023
Regular price $75
Pinot Noir 2023
Regular price $75
Gamay 2023
Regular price $45 Sold out
Shiraz 2021
Regular price $45

Single Vineyard

These wines are the ultimate articulation of our terroir, highlighting the unique and desirable attributes of a particular site that are consistent from one vintage to the next, while also reflecting the seasonal variation from year to year.  

SRH Chardonnay 2022
Regular price $90 Sold out
Serré Pinot Noir 2022
Regular price $110 Sold out

Museum Release

Shiraz 2003
Regular price $50

Museum Release

Shiraz 2013
Regular price $50

Museum Release

Douglas 2014
Regular price $32

Museum Release


Chardonnay 2023 MAGNUM
Regular price $155
Pinot Noir 2023 MAGNUM
Regular price $155


The 1314 range of wines are made from all estate grown fruit in a vibrant, nouveau style for early enjoyment and refreshing drinking.

1314 Chardonnay 2022
Regular price $35 Sold out
1314 Rose 2023
Regular price $27 Sold out
1314 Pinot Noir 2022
Regular price $35 Sold out
1314 Shiraz 2014
Regular price $27

Mixed Pack Selections

We have put together some various mixed packs to help communicate our story via the lens of our various vineyards and grape varieties.

2023 Vintage

The 2023 growing season started off cold and wet. For the first time since 2011 our dam was full, and in fact overflowed for most of October and November (rainfall for the calendar year of 2022 was 800mm). Budburst was slightly behind average timing, but crops were down significantly: the bunch counts were low in the first place, we had a mild frost in September and the wet weather finally caught up with us via downy mildew. The rain stopped at the end of December.

The overall heat accumulation was the same (1338 Growing Degree Days) as 2021, both seasons on the slightly cooler side of average but differing in that the heat for 2023 was more toward the second half of the season. Veraison occurred in February and then we picked Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Gamay, Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling in March, and Shiraz and Cabernet/Merlot in the first week of April. The picking weather was pleasant and the fruit arrived at the winery in very good condition.

While quantity was down (especially in Pinot Noir) quality was good: fresh acidity, concentration, colour, tannin and steady fermentations have us looking forward to bottling, and seemingly warmer and drier seasons as El Niño returns.

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