Planting of the Jinks Creek vineyard antedated the building of the winery by 11 years, and the wines are made from estate-grown grapes. Perched above the vineyard with an uninterrupted view of the Bunyip State Forest and Black Snake Ranges, a refurbished 100-year-old wool shed has been renovated to house a restaurant, art gallery and cellar door. It is constructed entirely from recycled materials including old lining boards, a kauri pine dance floor and a perfectly preserved pressed-tin ceiling. The vineyard and property was destroyed by a bushfire in February '19. Exports to the US.