Terroir. noun/tɛrˈwɑː,French/a

Definition: A sense of place expressed through wine.


At Eldridge we produce elegant, delicate wines that reflect the unique micro-climate of one of the highest vineyards on the Mornington Peninsula. Grown in the famous red volcanic soil at the top of Red Hill, these are wines that are a tribute to gentle and considered winemaking techniques that allow the terroir to shine through.

Vineyard Map

Our total vineyard area is 3.4 hectares (8 acres), and the majority of vines were planted in 1984. Move the cursor over the vines to find out more information.

“We aim to produce hand crafted wines of distinction that are true to the grape variety and the flavours from our unique site.”

- Steve Flamesteed