Hazel's Vineyard is named after Murray McHenry and Sandra Hohnen's mother.
It was developed in 1998 when Murray McHenry purchased an old farm south of Witchcliffe and planted 40ha of vines.
The vines are planted on a north facing slope of ironstone gravels on a tributary of the Upper Chapman Brook. This northern exposure, with some southerly cooling influences, makes this a great site.
Of note are the Bordeaux varieties, which form the major parcel of fruit allocated to McHenry Hohnen's super premium 'Rolling Stone' blend. Also exceptional is the Chardonnay from this site.
Hazel's is home for the Vintners, with a stunning state of the art winery built overlooking the northern slopes of the vineyard.