Lindis River

The Lindis River is located in Central Otago, New Zealand. The region is well known for its rich gold mining history that lasted several decades in the 19th century.

Lindis River Vineyard is situated in the Ardgour Valley, 10 km South of Tarras, 5 km North of Bendigo and, at a short distance from the Lindis River confluence with the Clutha river, at Maori Point.

Lindis River vineyard was the first to be established in the Ardgour Valley, in 2000. The land was once part of the Ardgour Sheep Station and was grazed for generations. As a remnant of those old days, a hundred year old wool shed still stands on valley floor part of the property. It was converted into a modern house in 2002, when it became the main residence.

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