It makes sense that those who know the most about wine also know a lot about wine glasses.
Born and bred in Melbourne, Plumm is the world’s first wineglasses produced by a family that makes and sells wine.
From the rolling elevations of our home at the Rising Vineyard in the Nillumbik Shire, our small-batch wines showcase the wilder, native beauty of this unique sub-region of the Yarra Valley.
This subregion is like no other - Nillumbik is derived from the Wurundjeri term for the area nyilumbik, which literally translates to dumb or bad earth our terroir is unique to the rest of the Yarra Valley.
The Rising Vineyard’s soils are derived from ancient marine sediments deposited on the ocean floor between 440 and 385 million years ago. At 245m above sea level at its highest elevation, the vineyard gently rises and reaches out of the valley on its east, west, north and south-facing slopes. Here the region’s stars Chardonnay and Pinot Noir prevail, yet, small parcels of Shiraz, Semillon, Gewurztraminer, Riesling, Savagnin and Sauvignon Blanc persist from original plantings in 1984.