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Business in Profile: Gemelli Estate

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Business in Profile: Gemelli Estate


Operating for seven years Gemelli Estate is a family operated business in Pokolbin.

Gemelli Estate is cleverly named for the owner Rebecca Boyd’s  children, as in Italian, Gemelli means “twins”.


Gemelli Estate offer a fine range of boutique wines, which they offer to taste in their cellar door. They can even arrange a delicious Cheese Platter for your tasting. The vines at Gemelli Estate are 30 years old and they grow Chardonnay, Merlot and Muscatels on the property.


They also offer accommodation on the property with a  2 bedroom cottage available for guests which overlooks the vienyard. Gemelli also does a spectacular High Tea once a month on a Sunday, with bookings essential.


Rebecca says that the best part about doing business in Cessnock City is the people.

“We have so many loyal customers that spread the word about our little business and have helped it grow.”


Gemelli Estate is able to cater for your next small function or gathering of friends, they also provide for private group bookings which can include an exclusive wine tasting, a lunch on the deck, or a private high tea.


Gemelli is proud to be a family owned enterprise.

“Our business is owned and operated by our family. You will find us at the cellar, in the kitchen, picking the grapes and tending to the garden. We want everyone to enjoy their experience here and linger a little longer, take in the view and enjoy a glass of wine.”


Operating hours  

Fri, Sat, Sun 10am – 4pm & Mon 10am – 2pm


Find Gemelli Estate at 168 Palmers Lane in Pokolbin.

Ph: 02 49 987 910  |

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