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Whistling Eagle Vineyard is situated in the Heathcote wine Region, famous for its Cambrian Soils of the Mount William fault.

The entrance of the Whistling Eagle vineyard is 30 minutes north of the township of Heathcote and guarded by a giant chainsaw sculpture of an eagle.

Viticulture and winemaking was reborn into the 4th generation Rathjen family when Whistling Eagle wines were established by Ian Rathjen in 1995.

Ian Rathjen's approach to winemaking and viticulture is harmony and balance. The signature wine of Whistling Eagle is the 'Eagles Blood' Shiraz.

The winemaking methods are traditional, small ferments, hand plunging and basket pressing giving the wines intense colour with deeply concentrated flavour and soft balanced finishing tannins.

The cellar door is not currently open, so if you are planning a visit to Whistling Eagle Vineyard, they suggest you arrange an appointment.

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  • Car park
  • Access with assistance for the disabled
  • First aid equipment
  • Guide
  • Public toilet
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If you are planning a visit to Whistling Eagle Vineyard, please arrange an appointment.

Disabled access:
Wheel chair access for tastings