In the 1860s, well respected West Indian shoemaker ‘Black' Brookes occupied a cottage at the bridge over Cataract Creek. After he passed away in the late 1880s the creek was renamed Snobs Creek, ‘snob' being an old English term for cobbler (shoe repairer), and the last that shapes the toe end of the shoe. The vineyard is situated where Snobs Creek joins the Goulburn River, 5km below the Lake Eildon wall. The varieties grown are shiraz (2.5ha), sauvignon blanc (1.5ha) and chardonnay (1ha); all manage to produce no more than 7.4 tonnes per hectare. Is described as a ‘cool climate vineyard in a landscaped environment'.
Established in 1992 Snobs Creek is a family operated winery located in the premium growing district of Heathcote. Key varietals include Shiraz and Cabernet but also maintains a regional focus on varietals such as Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. A Snob is a shoemakers anvil, used to shape the shoe and offer repairs.
Shiraz, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Rosé
Currently closed due to Covid-19 restrictions, reopen TBA.
Sun: 11:00am till 5:30pm
Mon: 11:00am till 5:30pm
Tue: 11:00am till 5:30pm
Wed: 11:00am till 5:30pm
Thu: 11:00am till 5:30pm
Fri: 11:00am till 5:30pm
Sat: 11:00am till 5:30pm
Details are correct at time of writing
Please check winery website for up to date details
Retail and on-premise
486 Goulburn Valley Highway, via Alexandra, Vic 3714
(03) 9596 3043