With vineyards in the Pyrenees and Heathcote, the goal is to create world class wines that speak of the individual terroirs in which they are grown.Utilising Rhone varietals, Marsanne, Viognier, Grenache and Shiraz, Mathilde wines are selected for their individual characteristics. In the cool region of the Pyrenees, the Shay’s Flat Vineyard nestles in the ranges with a northeastern aspect on mixed red soils of schists, silt, quartz and clay. Producing high quality red especially Shiraz.
Planted to a steep, contoured slope on the Pyrenees Ranges, with high draining and low yielding quartz soil, the Landsborough Vineyard faces east and produces excellent whites, especially Chardonnay. On the famed Cambrian red soil of Heathcote is Touron's Lady’s Lane Vineayard. Dry grown Shiraz vines are naturally low yielding and produce a wine that is full flavoured, elegant and robust. All Tournon vineyards are farmed orgnanically and managed to yield the finest fruit in Australia.