Situated in the First Grove locality of the Margaret River wine region, this tiny 2.25 hectare vineyard falls south of the Margaret River township, a mere 17 km drive from the area. The property was purchased in 2003, and the following year, 0.5 ha of Chardonnay grapes were planted on the vineyard. The rest of the vineyard was planted later on in 2009. Now, one third of the vineyard is planted with Chardonnay grapes while two thirds of it is covered with Cabernet Sauvignon vines – both of them are varieties which the Margaret River region is renowned for worldwide. The vineyard has been planted on a gravelly hill ridge that provides a view of the Leeuwin Naturaliste Ridge. The soil variety found here is lateritic gravel that consists of an occasional granite outcrop. The winemaking team has been instructed to use minimalist amounts of chemical and to retain and foster a good vine balance.