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Winemaking Philosophy

From Sedona Estate’s humble beginnings in 1998, Paul & Sonja’s vision has been to produce fine cool-climate wines from their vineyard north of the Great Divide in the Yea Valley. Their passion and dedication is reflected in the Sedona Estate range. Varietal purity makes each bottle of wine a true experience. Discover this hidden gem off the beaten track!
Cellar Door

Discover our cellar door off the beaten track.

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Our Wines

Taste the varietal purity and passion in each bottle.

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Sedona Wine Club

Become a loyal Wine Friend and enjoy exclusive benefits.

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Events

Discover country hospitality at our special events.

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Vintage Wines Collection

A collection of distinct, dark, rich wines from
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Winery Signature Tour

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Eat Play & Stay

Tune into C31 (Channel 31 Melbourne) and enjoy the soul searching journeys of winemakers.  Best to be enjoyed with a glass or two of Sedona red!

Sedona on air

Tune into C31 (Channel 31 Melbourne) and enjoy the soul searching journeys of winemakers.  Best to be enjoyed with a glass or two of Sedona red!

Destined to stay…

Our 2019 Cheviot Rose. The winemaker likes to call it White Merlot. Release on the Australia Day weekend, our Cellar Door visitors can’t get enough of it. Elegant rose petal aromas and a luscious palate with hints of strawberries – impossible to stop stop drinking.

Interview with Paul

Reserved Wines

One is an Aussie favourite, the other is underrated. Both are of French origin. Despite their French heritage,  both mature well in American oak. 2016 Shiraz Reserve New Release Shiraz leads the Australian red wine market in many ways. It is the No 1 red variety planted across the red continent ranging in style from rich, […]

The Noble Two

Our King and Queen come from the same vintage year – 2015. Both are small grapes and picked later in the season. One is French, the other German. The King is easily grown in a variety of terroirs, the Queen is fussy and requires more care in site selection. 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon A well known Bordeaux […]

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