The largest Quartz Reef deposit in New Zealand lies beneath the vines at Bendigo Station. The Historic gold town on Bendigo was mined from 1862. Now the sun-drenched north facing slopes are becoming famous again...
Named after New Zealands largest quartz deposit that lies beneath our vineyards at Bendigo Station, Quartz Reef has become the vessel for what winemaker Rudi Bauer calls - his search to make wines which exhibit “a symphony of flavours” that “capture attention and entertain so that you forget everything else”.
A view from the air of the chosen site destined to become the first vineyard planted in the sub region of Bendigo. A milestone achievement as the first vines are planted. The first Pinot Noir is bottled. Our process to convert to Biodynamic farming begins.