We are a working winery!

We stress that our Cellar Door is exactly that; a tasting facility within our barrel room. Unfortunately we do not offer meals, however there are several cafes and bakeries in the main street of Heathcote, just 2 mins away.

Location: 4536 McIvor Hwy, Heathcote Vic

Cellar Door Hours: Weekends & Public Holidays 11.00am Р5.00pm
you are most welcome at other times but just call Judy (0438 981 847) to make sure we are here.

Interested in becoming a member of our Meehan Vineyard Wine Club? just send us an e-mail on the contact page.

In joining you will be offered a 6 bottle or 12 bottle “tasting pack” of our new release and/or
wines only available at our Cellar Door.
These wines will be at a discounted Cellar Door price, delivered to your door.

Of course you are able to purchase our current release wines at our special members price.

Note: Delivery to Melbourne Metro FOC, other Victoria delivery $10.00, interstate 50% off normal deliver charges.

Code Red fire danger rating days – our Cellar Door will be CLOSED
Meehan Vineyard Policies
*Our goal is to produce the best quality table wines possible, from premium wine grapes grown in our own vineyard, and supplemented with best quality fruit sourced from suitable local vineyards. Our wines contain only 100% regional fruit.
*Our wines are made by traditional methods with a great deal of “hands on” processing. Sulphites are kept to a minimum
(2009 Shiraz contains 50mg/l) all our current wines contain levels below the maximum allowed for organic wines.
*Extensive quality control measures are in place designed to present to you , the consumer the best quality product possible. We strive to control every step in the wine production process. Some processes, including bottling, are not always conducted on site and as such it is possible for a fault to occur.
*Should you not be completely satisfied with any product, firstly and very importantly we want to know in order to identify the cause and secondly and more importantly we will happily replace the wine.
All our red wines are subjected to minimal filtration and some natural sediment may occur after cellaring.
Phil Meehan