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Get to know our vines!

Get to know our vines!

We know you love our wines, but how much do you know about where our grapes come from?  Maurice O'Shea founded Mount Pleasant Wines when he was just 24! 100 years ago, all that stood on the site was the Old Hill vineyard.  Planted in 1880 by Charles King, the 41 year old Old Hill Shiraz vine provided the foundation for Maurice O'Shea's Mount Pleasant wines. Whether or not King knew it, planting the Old Hill at the foothills of Mount Bright proved a masterstroke - the vines are spared the inte...

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2021 Halliday Wine Companion

2021 Halliday Wine Companion

The much anticipated 2021 Halliday Wine Companion was released today and we are proud to have four of our 2018 reds featured in the 'Best of the Best' Shiraz category: Mount Pleasant 1946 Vines Rosehill Vineyard Hunter Valley Shiraz (98 points) Mount Pleasant 1965 Vines Rosehill Vineyard Hunter Valley Shiraz (98 points) Mount Pleasant Mountain C Light Bodied Dry Red (97 points) Mount Pleasant Mountain D Full Bodied Dry Red (97 points) A further five wines from our range of 2018 reds were aw...

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Mount Pleasant named as one of the Top 3 Wineries of Australia

Mount Pleasant named as one of the Top 3 Wineries of Australia

Following a spate of stellar reviews on our 2018 Vintage reds, we have been named in the Top 3 "Wineries of Australia" by The Real Review.

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Health & Safety Update

Health & Safety Update

In response to growing concerns around the spread of COVID-19, we would like to assure you that we are following the recommendations of the Australian Government and World Health Organisation and taking proactive measures to protect our staff, customers and the wider community. At present, our Cellar Door is still open from 10am - 4pm daily. We have always upheld the highest standards of hygiene practices, however we are now taking additional precautions to ensure the safety of all during th...

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Mount Pleasant red named NSW Wine of the Year

Mount Pleasant red named NSW Wine of the Year

Mount Pleasant retains bragging rights to home of the NSW Wine of the Year.

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