Meerea Park


Vintner Range


Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc



Cabernet Merlot

XYZ Range

Chardonnay “XYZ”

Shiraz “XYZ”

Individual Vineyards

Semillon “Hell Hole”

Shiraz “Hell Hole”

Semillon “Alexander Munro”

Shiraz “Alexander Munro”

Shiraz “The Aunts”

Shiraz “Black”


Product Description

Meerea Park is a small winery that’s made quite a splash over the past decade. Punching above its weight, you could say. The tasting room may be spartan but the shiraz is complex and built to last. Semillon and chardonnay are also stars here. Affordable and luxury options are available for tasting.

– Emma Ventura – Wine Companion Magazine June/July 2012.

‘Meerea Park, while taking a modern approach to winemaking, can trace our winemaking roots in the Hunter Valley back to the 1850’s when Alexander Munro, our great-great-grandfather established the ‘Bebeah’ vineyard at Singleton.’

Our ‘Individual Vineyard’ range labels bear the image of an ornate drinking fountain and gas street lamp that Alexander Munro commissioned, had made in Scotland and then shipped to Singleton in the Hunter Valley. He dontated it to the town upon his retirement as Singleton’s first mayor.

Additional Information




New South Wales

Wine Region

Hunter Valley


Rhys Eather



Vineyard Size


Wine category

Red Wine, White Wine

This is the project of Rhys and Garth Eather, whose great-great grandfather, Alexander Munro, established a famous vineyard in the 19th century, known as Bebeah. While the range of wines chiefly focuses on semillon and shiraz, it extends to other varieties (including chardonnay), and also into other regions. Meerea Park has moved its cellar door to the striking Tempus Two winery now owned by the Roche family, situated on the corner of Broke Road/ McDonald Road. Other tenants of the building include the Smelly Cheese Shop, Oishi Restaurant, Goldfish bar and cocktail lounge,The Barrel Room, and Tempus Twos own cellar door. It hardly need be said that the quality of the wines, especially with 5 years cellaring, is outstanding.

- James Halliday

- James Halliday Wine Companion