Every year, Mother Nature challenges us to a game of hide & seek ~ The fun begins as we search hither & yon through our medley of vineyards scattered high & low across McLaren Vale’s diverse majesty ~ Our quest ~ to discover that secret place each vintage, where the variety & vineyard environment have conjured something above & beyond expectations ~ Then we respect this prized fruit by allowing it to express itself, pure & natural.

Richard & Malcolm Leask
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2017
TOURIGA
McLAREN VALE, S.A.
2017
Nero d’Avola
McLAREN VALE, S.A.

Release December 1

Reviews of 2017 Nero d'Avola:

Australian Alternative Varieties Wine Show, November 2017

Trophy: Best Wine of Show

Trophy: Best Red Wine of Show

Trophy: Best Nero d'Avola

Gold Medal

 

Reviews of 2015 Nero d'Avola:

Australian Alternative Varieties Wine Show, November 2015.

Trophy: Best Red Wine of Show.

Trophy: Best Italian Red Variety.

Trophy: Best Nero d'Avola.

Gold Medal.

 

August 2016. James Halliday - Wine Companion. 90 Points www.winecompanion.com.au 

"Attractive juicy red berry flavours; the wine doesn't need any oak amelioration; good length."

Huon Hooke, March 2016. www.huonhooke.com

"Deep purple/red colour, very bright and youthful. It's very grapy: sweet-fruited and raspberry-like to taste, fresh and bright and clean. A straightforward, fresh, primary fruit-driven style without much complexity or secondary characters."

Stuart Robinson, January 2016. www.vinsomniac.com

"The brand and wines out of the portfolio remain some of the most consistent, drinkable and exciting out of the region. Jubey, black fruited, juicy, heavenly, intoxicating, alluring. The barest hint of licorice, fennel, touch of grilled linguica, more about black fruit. Medium bodied, easy going, straddles a line of sweet black fruit with some Italianate seasoning."

Gary Walsh, October 2015, The Wine Front www.winefront.com.au

"Great packaging on all these Hither & Yon wines. Honey nougat, raspberry, some spice and flowers, char-grilled sausage, and that metallic thing Nero often has going on. Medium bodied, talks pretty sweet, but tastes almost dry when the light sandy tannin and herbal seasoning bring it back into line. Not a very deep wine, as such, but interesting and good to drink."

 

Reviews of 2014 Nero d'Avola:

Trophy for 'Best Italian Red Wine'. Australian Alternative Varieties Wine Show, Nov 2014.

92 points. Mike Bennie. April 2015. www.wbmonline.com.au

"Lots to like about this Nero d'Avola. Its juicy, fresh, lightly spiced and set to the bold sweetness of red fruits without strying into the jammy zone. It opens up with pretty floral, rose petal and spice scents, with a good dose of wild raspberry fruit alongside. Has some restraint and seriousness about it."

Walter Speller. Feb 2015. www.jancisrobinson.com

"Sweet leafy raspberry fruit and very clean on the nose. The leafiness is quite distinct and makes the impression of young vines, but this has a good fruit expression on the palate with soft drying tannins and integrated but matching acidity. Promising. (WS) 13.8%"

91 points. Stuart Robinson. Dec 2014. www.thevinsomniac.com

"Nero lives up to its name here, with an inky darkness emanating from the glass. Red and black fruits and something - I wrote at the time - like hanging your head over a pan of sizzling pork and fennel snags. Delightful herbal and spice notes too. Plump entry - cushioned and soft on the tongue - depth and spice kick-in, a fine rub of tannin. More licorice and fennel seed spice mops up at the back. So delicious, so moreish. Grand drinking for something that can be had for a shade over 20 beans."

91 points. Gary Walsh. Nov 2014. www.winefront.com.au

"Plenty of Nero character. Bursting with ripe dark berries, raw almonds, fragnant and sweet dried herbs with a handful of black jelly beans tossed in for good measure. Medium bodied, fleshy and ripe, with well rounded tannin and almost a gummy feel in the mouth - certainly good to chew and swirl round - bright jubey fruit flavours, savoury dried herbs and glorious food friendly tannin mops up the finish. Super drinking here. Can't recommend it highly enough."

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2016
GRENACHE
McLAREN VALE, S.A.

Available exclusively at Cellar Door and to HandY List members.

2015
AGLIANICO
McLAREN VALE, S.A.

Decanter World Wine Awards. May 2016. www.decanter.com 93 points.

"Black plum, lots of spice and a touch of leather. Lovely structure, fresh acidity, firm tannins, raspberry notes and a long savoury finish."

Campbell Mattinson. September 2016. www.thewinefront.com.au 90 points.

"An interesting wine from an interesting producer. Volcanic rocks. It’s an odd descriptor and I cannot profess to have licked too many, but taste this wine and the volcanic rock descriptor springs to mind. Such is wine. Such perhaps is the power of suggestion. This is ferrous and cherried, has a flash of garden herbs, and while light in both colour and flavour, it makes an impression. Something different in a good way. I can’t promise that you’ll taste ‘volcanic rocks’ too, but you will see that the flavour profile here rushes outside the norm."

Stuart Robinson. December 2016. www.thevinsomniac.com 91 points.

 

"Savoury, of ash and bloodstock, liquorice; there's florals in the mix too, wild herbs. Light, airy, has the pumice stone lightness often seen in volcanic reds; red fruit, raspberry and cherry, juicy flowing length. Such a delicious consistency to this portfolio. Beautiful to drink."

Reviews of 2013 Aglianico:

Australian Alternative Varieties Wine Show, Novebember 2015.

Gold Medal.

 

Sarah Ahmed. October 2015. The Wine Detective. www.thewinedetective.co.uk

"It’s a favourite grape which I sort of bunch together with Piedmont’s Nebbiolo and Portugal’s Baga – capable of wonderful aromatics and butch tannins – hopefully with enough fruit to join the dots between nose to tail.  Very spicy with leather and inky florals to its plum and red berry fruit; ripe but present tannins and persistent acidity make for a well disciplined, serious finish. 12.6%"

 

Andrew Graham. June 2015. Australian Wine Review. www.ozwinereview.com 93 points

"Of all the new generation Mediterranean red grapes to come our way, I've got to pick Aglianico as one of my favourites. Too get this much structure and flavour at 12.6% alcohol suggests that Aglianico might like it in McLaren Vale too. Bright plum red; the nose has a soft red fruit fragrance - there's a reference on the back label to 'pink marshmallow' which I think is great. Sappy, dry palate is framed with tannins - bitter, mouth-cleansing, proper tannins. Complement that with some cherry red fruit late juiciness and you've got frankly one utterly delicious, dry and savoury red. Massive yes." 

Tony Love. June 2015. The Advertiser - Taste. 4 and 1/2 Stars out of 5.

"Ripping along with its mix of earthy herbs, anise-led spices and classic trio of cherry, plum and raspberry fruits, all slammed in there with a lightness of being; and fine medium bodied flow. Speaks lucidly of its origins and its new home - a delightful drink."

Gary Walsh. May 2015. www.thewinefront.com.au 91 points

"Such a good grape Aglianico. I’m betting we’re going to see much more if it grown locally in the coming years. This is a good go at Aglianico. Cherry and juicy raspberry, liquorice, that typical, for want of better words, ‘volcanic rocks’ character that this grape often has, plus maybe some flowers. Medium bodied, well etched acidity and dry tannin almost scrapes it along the palate (in a good way), and bright juicy fruit, aromatic herbs and dusty tannin close it out. Refreshing style with a bit of complexity. In some ways, not an easy wine to rate, though it’s certainly easy to recommend."

Stuart Robinson. May 2015. www.thevinsomniac.com 90 points.

"Licorice root, amaro/bitter wood and herb - deliciously savoury with a dark undercurrent. Fruit, by way of cherry and plum, with a moreish tang and juiciness. That black edge reappears on the back palate - a little licorice root against the lighter touch of raspberry over spice."

James Halliday. July 2015. www.thewinecompanion.com.au 90 points

"Light, bright colour; a lively, indeed wild, ride: there's a lot of red fruits criss-crossed by herbs and brisk acidity."

2017
PETIT BLANC
McLAREN VALE, S.A.

Gary Walsh, The Wine Front, September 2017 www.winefront.com.au

"Made from Muscat Blanc a’ Petits Grains. I don’t recommend most white wines be served too chilled, but I think this style is best served with a bit of frost on it. Perfumed and musky, kind of light and briny too, with delicate flavour, mainly lemon and lemon barley. It’s got zip and freshness, a bit of fragrance, and it’s VERY easy to smash down with gay abandon. A wonderful wine for summer luncheons, and the like, preferably featuring a sea breeze. I like it, but it is what it is, and that, in this case, is a good thing. The simple things etc." 88 points.

Huon Hooke, November 2017, www.huonhooke.com

"Pale almost water-white colour and a pungent muscat fruit aroma, which is clean as a whistle and appropriately fragrant. Passionfruit traces. The wine is surprisingly dry in the mouth, like a French muscat blanc sec. As such, it would make a good aperitif wine. A very good, if simple, varietal dry white." 89 points

2017
ROSÉ
McLAREN VALE, S.A.

Reviews of 2016 Rosato:

Andrew Graham. www.ozwinereview.com. September 2016. 91 Points 

"Immediately there is Muscat juiciness bursting out with lychee fruit goodness. Love that smell. Given the grapiness, it’s a surprise really that this isn’t sweet. Intrigue. Long, and open palate has very gentle acidity and a light finish. It’s not profound, but it’s not meant to be either. Captures the Muscat fruit perfectly. This will be a massive hit."

Stuart Robinson. www.thevinsomniac.com. July 2016. 92 points

"Delightfully pale onion skin in colour, musk and Turkish delight waft out. Cool, crisp, before the tropical fruits come on: passionfruit mainly - but there's also this fine, powdery texture that gently coats the cheeks. Latterly a touch of citrus rind comes on, immediately freshens the palate and gives a secondary wave of flavour that delivers length. Clever."

2017
TEMPRANILLO
McLAREN VALE, S.A.

Reviews of 2016 Tempranillo:

James Halliday, August 2018, 93 points and red value star, www.winecompanion.com.au

"Made from two pickings, almost 3 weeks apart. Open fermented, whole berries and bunches, and 6 months in French oak. Unequivocally varietal bouquet, with lifted aromas of fresh cherry, blueberry, and cola extract, spliced with a more savoury element. Fresh, juicy and flavoursome, but moderated by the fine tannin. Delicious." 

Huon Hooke, February 2017, 90 points, www.huonhooke.com

"Deep, young purple/red colour. The wine is full-bodied and fruit-driven on the palate with bold, bright young flavour and soft but persuasive tannins. The wine is very young and primal but very good. Balance and mouth-feel are excellent and it just remains to be seen what some bottle-age might bring."

 

Stuart Robinson. December 2016. 90 points. www.thevinsomniac.com
"Delicious Joven style: jubey, juicy, fruits of the forest mix. The kinda wine you want to sink your head into: cooling, calming, intriguing, inviting. There's a darker edge to the palate, a light rub of tannin. Medium bodied, a twist of aniseed - lush fruit. Strikes this balance between downright simplicity, with a little dark underbelly. Would easily handle a summer-necessary chill."

 

2015 Tempranillo reviews:

Mike Bennie. WBM Magazine. May 2016. 93 points.

"This is Tempranillo marching to its own beat. Neither joven nor Riserva, it's a slurpy, slippery, medium weight thing that shows choc-cherry and anise characters in perfume and flavours, lushness of fruit and a lightly sandy finish. It's seriously great drinking and could take a light chill too."

Wine Enthusiast (USA). March 2016. 91 points. 

Dark cherry in colour with black infections at the core, this wine has a pleasantly vinous nose of pomegranate seeds and blueberries. Sweet spice and perk acidity invigorate the medium bodied palate, while supple rounded tannins hang in the background. The finish lingers with cinnamon-dappled raspberry pie flavors. Even if only moderately complex, this wine is incredibly easy to sip. Drink now through to 2018.

Stuart Robinson. March 2016. 91 points. www.thevinsomniac.com

Savoury, woody hints, flashes of blue fruit, a little black cherry. In the house style: a juicy fruit-bomb, not lacking in a little savoury depth - a second pick of fruit comprising 12% of the wine was allowed a little extra hang-time, with some whole bunch inclusion - a little acidic reach into the corners of the palate. A light rub of tannin, some black licorice and a little bitter cocoa. Juicy, moreish, another winner from the H&Y team. 

Huon Hooke. March 2016. www.huonhooke.com

"Deep red colour with a trace of purple. Dark cherry fruit pervades the bouquet, becoming chaffy with airing, while the palate is ironstony and firm, straightforward and plum-pippy, ending with a trace of bitterness. A pretty good temp."

Andrew Graham. March 2016. 88points. www.ozwinereview.com.au

Juicy red fruit, wet brick Temp varietal characters, then more raspberry and cola fruit with a little earth. It’s a nice 'joven' style this, all fruit, minimal oak and light sandy tannins. Slurpable, juicy wine, if a tad simple. Best drinking: 2017-2021.

2016
CABERNET SAUVIGNON
McLAREN VALE, S.A.

Reviews of 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon:

James Halliday, August 2018, 93 points and red value star, www.winecompanion.com.au

"A supremely honest McLarne Vale Cabernet, with warm blackcurrant fruit and a cache of dark chocolate, alongsidey the tannins that will emerge with age."

June 2017. Gary Walsh - The Wine Front. 92 points. www.winefront.com.au

"Dark fruit, chocolate, a sweet dried herb lift, almost a Dutch liquorice thing too, which I love. Medium bodied, good depth to the fruit, though not heavy either, with oak in the back seat, and drinking pleasure at the wheel. Finish has a Cabernet accent, in with a gentle herbal seasoning, and no shortage of length. So well done."

May 2017. Mike Bennie - Wine Business Magazine. 93 points. www.wbmonline.com.au

"This release from the creative set at Hither & Yon strikes a chord. Theres a generosity to the wine, it reeks of dark plums, mocha, green herbs, dried fruits and the palate takes a similar path. The distinction here is that the flavours find a brightness even with the weight of deep, dark fruit character, and oak seasons rather than smothers. Generosity reigns well here."

Reviews of 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon:

August 2016. James Halliday - Wine Companion. 91 Points. www.winecompanion.com.au

"Definitive cabernet aromas hold sway, regional influence playing its part and oak chiming in. Evenly flavoured on the palate, the typical firm cabernet structure in good balance with the typical McLaren Vale generosity." 

August 2016. Gary Walsh. 91 points. www.winefront.com.au

"Has a pleasant, jubey sort of Throaties® perfume, blackcurrant, blackberry and the like, with subtle spiced oak. Medium bodied, again a little jubey, but nicely done with gummy grippy tannin, freshness and energy, and a cool earthy and black olive laced finish of pleasing length. Very nice."

Wine Enthusiast (USA). March 2016. 91 points.

The pitch black wine has a thin dark ruby rim.The attractive and forward nose smells of cassis, sweet spices, sugarcoated walnuts and dates. The palate layers on baked blackberries, pencil lead and dried figs. Moderately long on the finish, this wine is feisty, and youthful. Its strucutre of lightly strappy tannins, brisk acidity and its wealth of well proportioned aromas and flavours point to ageing potential. Drink now through to 2020.

Stuart Robinson. August 2015. 90 points. www.thevinsomniac.com

"There's just something about the Hither & Yon wines, be it visual appeal, relative ease on the pocket, approachability without sacrificing varietal character. Consistent. That too. Cherry ripe-esque: mass of fruit over chocolate, without eschewing varietal character. Per the Hither & Yon style, a wine of easy going nature; medium-bodied elegance, suggestion of blueberry and bright fruit in general. So easy - and pleasurable - to drink, not an easy feat to achieve."

2016
Grenache Mataro
McLAREN VALE, S.A.

Andrew Graham, Oz Wine Review, June 2017, www.ozwinereview.com

"The Leask Brothers are switched on growers and these wines typically show plenty of sunny generosity (if sometimes a little heat). The blend here is 60/40 Grenache Mataro; a good mix. Lots of juicy black and red berry fruit. Lovely. The tannins have a real sandy Grenachey shape to them (but with a licoricey oomph). Palate is silky smooth, slightly syrupy but really quite satisfying in its curranty flow, a big luscious wines that is very young, but exuberantly so. It could do with another year in bottle to integrate the bold flavours a little, but the flow of red fruit is undeniably attractive. Very well priced too. Best drinking: 2018-2028. 17.7/20, 92/100+. 14.5%, $25."

Gary Walsh, The Wine Front, May 2017, www.winefront.com.au

"60% Grenache, 40% Mataro. I don’t have a feel for 2016 in McLaren Vale, as yet, but so far, I like what I see. A hearty red, but one that’s not too heavy. Red fruits, some floral perfume, slight confectionary notes, but tapered in with dried herb. It’s medium bodied, juicy and savoury at once, with a rub of sandy tannin, fresh red fruits, and a gently bitter amaro herb and earthy aftertaste. This goes all right. Good drinking here." 91 points

Huon Hooke, April 2017, www.huonhooke.com

"Deep red/purple colour, the bouquet black cherry, spices, firm tannins and good body weight. A nicely judged kiss of oak. Balanced and complete." 90 points

Stuart Robinson, May 2017, www.thevinsomniac.com

"Nigh on pitch-perfect 60/40 blend of two listed players. There's just something so wickedly, consistently, deliciously moreish about H&Y reds. This no exception, it extracts a juicy, jubey aromatic without straying too far towards confection. Call it an allure, call it what you will, inviting is what it is. Slipping around the palate with ease in its easy going, red fruited nature. There's more juicy red fruit, a slip of tannin providing an edge, a framework to carry. Mataro brings up the rear, it's bassy foundations adding length, substance, spice." 91 points

 

Reviews of 2015 Grenache Mataro:

August 2016. 90 Points. Huon Hooke. www.huonhooke.com

"Spicy, sweet cherry, confectionery aromas. The palate is tight and lean with firm, fine tannins and a pleasant after-grip. A good, clean, bright wine of some depth. Very smart wine."

August 2016. James Halliday, Wine Companion. 92 Points  www.winecompanion.com.au

"Aromas and flavours are both savoury and sweet-fruited with raspberry, chocolate, and mulchy notes in the mix. Well integrated tannin and acid keeps things fresh and in order. "

May 2016. Max Allen, Australian Gourmet Traveller. www.gourmettraveller.com.au

Top Drops of the Month, No 1. "heaps of juicy red berry-fruit flavours, but there is also a delicious gutsy earthiness-like sweet black composting leaf litter-that sets it apart".

March 2016. Stuart Robinson. 91 points. www.the vinsomniac.com.au

A 60/40 blend of Grenache and Mataro respectively, and 100% McLaren Vale. Raspberry, red fruit, some wild herb/garrigue thing with a choc-raspberry-fudge milkshake. Trust me, it works. Juicy, a little dark fruit, chocolate, fine tannin; palate enlivening acidity that brings back the wine full circle. There's fruit in abundance, a little savoury tickle, good length. Another stellar wine.

February 2016. Winsor Dobbin. www.winsorschoice.blogspot.com.au

This is a fabulously accessible blend of 60% grenache and 40% mataro – the ripe, sweet grenache fruit melding with the earthy funkiness of the mataro to produce a beautifully balanced red that is designed for immediate enjoyment. No need to cellar this one; just put some gourmet sausages on the barbeque and you have a wine/food match made in heaven.

February 2016. 90 points. Gary Walsh. www.winefront.com.au

Good stuff. It’s crisp and perky, almost Italianate. Raspberry rope, strawberry, dried herb perfume. Medium bodied, crunchy and fresh, red fruits, light sandy tannin, more red fruits on the finish. Almost a ‘volcanic rock’ kind of thing going on. Nice to see a McLaren Vale wine that so bright and ‘food friendly’.

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2016
SHIRAZ
McLAREN VALE, S.A.

Gary Walsh, June 2017, The Wine Front www.winefront.com.au

"Blackberry, smoky grilled meat sprinkled with pepper, a bit of purple flowers or something like that. Medium bodied, flavoursome, almost slurpy, but a bit more in it than that, with light tannin, spice and dark fruits, and a tidy finish. Lovely wine, drinking very well young. Doing a good job of it here." 91 points

Huon Hooke, March 2017, www.huonhooke.com

"Deep red/purple colour and a ripe, concentrated, deep-fruited aroma and palate flavour. The texture is soft and easygoing. Peppery blackberry and dark plum aromas. Concentrated, rich, soft and rounded. A very smart shiraz for one so young." 90 points

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2014
SHIRAZ CABERNET
McLAREN VALE, S.A.

August 2016. Gary Walsh - The Wine Front. 92 points. www.thewinefront.com.au

70% Shiraz and 30% Cabernet. Very nice to see a wine that’s raised in older oak. Very nice indeed. Cherry, plum and raspberries, all a little bit juicy with it, tomato paste, spice, subtle vanilla and basil perfume. Medium bodied, fleshy and round with fat tannin, some savoury olive flavours in with plump berries, balanced acidity, ripe tannin on a pretty long finish. It’s a pretty good drink already, but should cellar well over the medium term too.

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2013
TANNAT
McLAREN VALE, S.A.

Reviews for the 2012 Tannat Grenache.

Mike Bennie. October 2014. 92 points. WBM Magazine. 

"Sourced from two vineyards. This wine kicks off with an amaro-like entry, but flows in a juicy, thick, and rich but fresh fruity way. Length is satisfying and the bold flavours and complex perfume work a treat in tandem. Cool booze here."

Gary Walsh. July 2014. 90 points. www.winefront.com.au

"Full bodied, pretty rugged, with a wave of chewy tannin and blood orange sweetness to flavour and acidity. Very attractive Chinotto and aromatic herb bitterness on the finish. I like it. A very interesting wine."

Stuart Robinson. July 2014. 90 points. www.thevinsomniac.com

"Black earth with floral lift, dried leaf matter, spice, sweeter accents coming through latterly from the Grenache. Full, yet - in a somewhat contradictory manner - a light, loose and open feel to the wine. Dark spice, savoury, dreadfully moreish. There's a little grainy tannin, latent red fruit pulls through and a little citrus twist adds freshness."

 

 

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Now & Then

Ask anyone who’s tried to bargain with us: the Leasks are of undoubted Scottish descent. That said, we also live by our clan’s motto—by virtue I grow—as exemplified by our parents. In the 1970s, they moved from the Hunter Valley in NSW to McLaren Vale, where Dad unearthed these disparate parcels of fertile land languishing. Here, by virtue, he grew the family’s vineyards and wine business from scratch while Mum juggled the handful of looking after us, running the vineyard office and vintage bookings on her own.

It’s probably not surprising then that one brother (Richard) would grow up to become a vigneron, gaining experience across the breadth of Australia’s wine regions, developing/managing vineyards, and implementing sustainable farming programs. The other (Malcolm) traveled and worked extensively

in the hospitality and retail trade in Australia and abroad, on the corporate and private side of the fence.

Together, we now nurture the vineyard and wine business, with great help and passion from all of the Leask family. Our aim with Hither & Yon is very simple: respect our family’s hard work and leave our land in an even better state for the next generation of Leask’s. The way to achieve that is by sustainable grape growing, with wines made essentially in our family vineyards by McLaren Vale’s amazing geology and maritime influence.

We hope you enjoy the journey with us by sharing our wine with food & friends, whether you’re at hearth & home or hither & yon.

Cheers, The Brothers Leask.

Sniff & Swirl

Originally Willunga butcher’s shop built in the 1860s, our cellar door still retains its local slate flooring and limestone walls. We share this space with cool café/providore next door, 3 Monkeys. So, the designated driver can have a cafe latte or a margherita while you indulge in either the sunny courtyard out back, by the fireplace in winter, or you repair to our replete cellar.

A very intimate space, we can only serve up to 14 people at anytime. Please contact us prior for a booking if you have a group of 6 or more.

We offer wine tasting, gourmet burgers or cheese platters, so sit back and relax with our wines by the glass after grazing at the Farmers Market, perusing the local shops, or a bike ride up the famous old Willunga Hill.

Hither & Yon Cellar Door

17 High Street
Willunga, South Australia 5172

We are open Friday and Saturday, 11am to 4pm. For all other times, private or group tastings, private vineyard tours and functions, please contact us to make an appointment

Seek & Find

If you can’t get to our cellar door, don’t get hot & bothered. Just email, call or send us a message on Facebook.

T: (08) 8556 2082

F: (08) 8556 2085

For all enquiries regarding marketing, sponsorship, events, private functions and cellar door, please contact Holly at cellardoor@hitherandyon.com.au 

If you wish to buy or sell our wines, please contact Malcolm Leask. If you wish to talk about vineyards or winemaking, please contact Richard Leask

EVENTS

Seek & find us at the following events

 

The Porch Sessions

Sunday 19 November 

https://www.theporchsessions.com

 

Porchland

Saturday 2 December

https://www.porchland.com.au