The Vineyards

Our vineyards stretch back to the very birth of the Hunter Valley as a premium wine growing region, planted by Charles King in 1880 and worked on by legendary winemaker and Mount Pleasant founder, Maurice O’Shea.

Old Hill

The vines on Old Hill have seen three centuries and they are now as much a part of that land as the soil and earth.

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Old Paddock

When Maurice O’Shea purchased Mount Pleasant in 1921, he extended the land holding, planting Old Paddock.

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Against the picturesque backdrop of the Brokenback Range, vines stretch across the landscape.

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Planted in 1946, Rosehill was selected for its rich, volcanic loam soils, reflecting those found at Mount Pleasant.

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The Lovedale site was selected in 1939 by legendary Mount Pleasant founder and winemaker Maurice O’Shea.

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