About the Vineyard

Wondalma is Stuart and Janine Barclay’s family farm made up of a little bit of vineyard and a little bit of grazing land for their cows, close to the NSW rural town of Tumbarumba. The vineyard was established in 1992, by Stuart’s parents, Mal and Carol. Originally planted for sparkling wines, it consists of various Chardonnay and Pinot Noir clones.

The vineyard is 12.5 hectares and is situated at an altitude of 720 meters above sea level. The vines are grown in basalt soil on northeast-facing slopes. The trellising is a combination of Scott Henry and VSP. The cool temperatures and altitude help to maintain the delicate flavours in the grapes and ensures a gentle ripening period.