Wineries & Breweries

Baie Wines

120 McDermotts Road, Curlweis, Victoria, 3222

03 5257 1867

Baie Wines

The family owned and run BAIE Wines is dedicated to estate grown fruit and excellence in viticultural practices and produces truly fabulous wines. Set in a truly breathtaking location with 180 degree water views, Baie Wines provides a memorable experience for all guests.

Your visit may include meeting any one of the friendly family members (including the dog), sipping on delicious wine, attending one of the pop-up cellar doors, or being a part of an exclusive wedding. Baie Wines is a winery whose hallmark is the people behind the meticulously handcrafted wine – where each and every person plays an integral role in the careful creation of the end product, from picking the grapes to selling and marketing the wine - the Kuc family do it all, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.

Overlooking Port Phillip Bay, their little vineyard is committed to showcasing the unique qualities of the local region. They own it, they've built it and they love it. 

Baie Wines was named after the family’s farming property Baie Park and also represents the stunning water influence that epitomises Baie Wines. The property has been in the family for over 30 years and the 15 year old vines are grown on north facing slopes.

Dedicated to making wines that reflect the unique quality and character of the vineyards, they understand the needs and opportunities presented by the Bellarine Peninsula’s soil and climate. They harvest when the flavours have reached their peak and apply an artisans approach to making their wine.Their wines represent excellent drinkability (with or without food), a perfect representation of our region and a reflection of the passion within their family.

Baie Wines are open to the public for pop-up cellar doors such as the regional Shiraz Festival Toast to the Coast weekend, and it is also a prefect venue for wedddings. Their wine can be found in all good local wine stores.

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