The Farr estate is located in the Moorabool Valley of Bannockburn, an area between Geelong and Ballarat. The vineyards are based on ancient river deposits within the valley. There are six different soils spread across the Farr property, with the two main types being rich, friable red and black volcanic loam, and limestone, as well as quartz gravel through a red volcanic soil, ironstone (called buckshot) in grey sandy loam with a heavy clay base, sandstone base and volcanic lava rock. As a father and son team, Gary and Nick Farr bring international winemaking experience to their homeland from producers such as Domaine Dujac in Burgundy and Au Bon Climat in California. Their property spans 130 acres, of which 36 is under vine.