Toppers Mountain WINES

Topper’s Mountain unique terroir arises from its high altitude location on the western edge of the Great Dividing Range and deep, volcanic (Krasnozem) soils.

Over more than a decade, Mark Kirkby, in close collaboration with winemaker Mike Hayes, has established a vineyard packed with exciting alternative varieties that revel in their terroir.

New England NSW wine region bush fires topper's mountain wines

Ressurection & Getting Rid of Herbicides

It has been all-hands-on-deck recently, with Colin starting to replace every post that was burnt off, as well as all the wires that were damaged and all the burnt foliage. The good news is, at the same time, we’re eliminating our use of herbicides in the vineyard, by attaching the drip lines to a wire above the ground so we can slash under the vines with our new under-vine slasher.

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Wine of the month

Wild Ferment Pinotage Viognier 2014

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Deep ruby colour, fresh and charming aromas of dark cherries on freshly baked cake, blueberries and ripe blackberries. Very smooth on the palate with red and black fruit flavours and long fruity finish. Serve slightly chilled to let the fruit speak!


Topper’s Mountain prides itself on growing and crafting a diverse range of rare, alternative variety wines, most of which are common to the Old Wine World (Europe). Production is small, with only a few hundred cases produced per vintage, with all bottles individually numbered. Topper’s Mountain presents an alternative wine perspective, introducing rare varieties to the Australian wine culture. Our wines can be found at higher-end restaurants, hotels and fine wine merchants.