Lynda has a career in food, nutrition, science and hospitality education. Currently she teaches VET Hospitality, Food and Nutrition to year 11 and 12 students.
She has been responsible for creating habitat for wildlife at Wobbly Boot through extensive planting of natives. This has been recognised by the International Humane Society who gave accreditation status to the property in 2016 for her efforts in rewilding.
Lynda enjoys tending the vines and is often reluctant to put down the tools and take a break!
Paul has always had a strong connection to the land.
Born and raised on the northwest coast of Tasmania in a farming family. After many years working as a social worker and a teacher, he has returned to the outdoors.
Paul is focussed on organic vineyard practices and working in harmony with nature.
Isaac is a legal practitioner.
Isaac enjoys vintage and helping out in the cellar door at doggy events.
He loves winery cats and vineyard dogs.
Maeve the vineyard dog has become quite famous for her Wine and Woofs fundraising and is usually the first to greet visitors.
Maeve enjoys everything about vineyard life and especially her daily swim in the dam. She is very photogenic and likes having her photo taken with guests.
Our new vineyard - Maeve's Block is named in her honour.
As Wobbly Boot is a dog friendly vineyard with three off lead areas you are welcome to bring your best friend.
Wobbly Boot derives its name from the unique boot shaped outline of the property.
Our love affair with wine began in our student days when our holidays were spent travelling to the major wine producing regions around Australia and our car was filled with cases of wine before returning home. Later, we explored further afield to Europe and South Africa with itineraries based around visiting wine growing regions and staying in vineyards. With a passion for growing fruit, vegetables and drinking good wine, it was inevitable that we would end up owning a vineyard.
After a long search for a vineyard that had an excellent site and microclimate, we purchased the Wobbly Boot. In fact, when we tasted the wine we had to buy the vineyard!
Our business model is based upon 'Giving Back' to the community. We do this by running regular fundraisers for animal welfare and wildlife rescue organisations. Over $80,000 has been raised so far.
Our wines are rarely found in restaurants and bottle shops as we focus upon engaging directly with our customers. We have a strong vineyard membership supporter base who are active participants in vineyard life.
Would you like to become more involved with Wobbly Boot Vineyard and the wines we produce? Then become a Vineyard Member!
MUCH MORE THAN A WINE CLUB!
EXCLUSIVE EVENTS * MEMBER DISCOUNTS * WINE LAUNCHES
Enjoy exclusive events such as Harvest mornings followed by lunch + wines on us!, new vintage launches, hands on vineyard experiences and wine appreciation afternoons. We also handpick six or twelve wines and deliver them to your doorstep twice a year with FREE freight!
Our members will:
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I join?
You can join online or at our cellar door. To customise your own mix contact us direct on 0427 679 096.
When will I receive my wines?
Your first delivery will be posted once membership is complete and then every six months thereafter. We will text a week before processing each order. This allows time to check your details and change your nominated wines if you wish.
Can I place additional orders?
Yes. If you require wine prior to your club's next delivery, you can order and have them delivered immediately.
Can I skip a delivery? How do I cancel my membership?
Yes. Skipping and cancellation requests must be submitted by email to email@example.com or phone 0427 679 096
How will I be notified of the vintage picks, wine appreciation afternoons and new release launches?
Invitation emails are sent to each member prior to these events. All events are free or heavily discounted for members.