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Our vineyard is just north of Tingha (near Armidale) on the spine of the Great Dividing Range in northern NSW. We are on the western edge of the New England Tablelands at an altitude of 900m above sea level. The vines have their roots deeply immersed in the beautiful, deep, red volcanic soils high above the valleys of the MacIntyre & Gwydir Rivers.

We think that the name “Topper’s Mountain” came from brothers E & W Topper who were employees of George Wyndham in the 1850s. At this time George owned “New Valley Station” which included the present day “Topper’s Mountain”. “Topper’s Mountain” is owned by Mark & Stephanie Kirkby & their daughters & Mark has developed the vineyard from its birth in 1999. The vineyard is a total of 10Ha of which 1.1Ha was planted in spring 2000 & the balance planted in spring 2002.

the view from Toppers Mountain.