Ballochdale Estate is one of Marlborough's most notable vineyards.
Located on a spectacular site with a slight northwest slope and a deep ravine either side, it enjoys less disease pressure and less risk of frost, consistently producing high quality grapes.
Almost 27 canopy hectares of Pinot Noir (clones B667, B777, B115, B114, UCD5) and Sauvignon Blanc are planted in 2.2 metre rows on even soils with water coming from a substantial dam, essentially gravity fed.
Several well respected wine companies value these grapes and have won numerous awards and trophies using them.
Other improvements include four frost fans and a substantial implement/amenity shed with power, telephone, toilet and septic tank. A full range of plant and equipment is available.