Macarthur's Suffoir Winery, Brewery and Cidery is on the market, seven years after it was transformed from an overgrown vineyard.
Owners Pieter and Michelle Badenhorst are selling the operation for family reasons.
"It's something we love but we're stepping back because of our little girl (Amelia)," Mrs Badenhorst said.
"We've built the business and it's different components but it's become too hard juggling our family with work.
"We're hoping to stay local and focus on our family."
The 7.2 hectare property (18 acres), which is on the market for $710,000, features a pinot noir vineyard, four-bedroom house, established cellar door, lake and winery processing facilities. The site is a stones throw away from Budj Bim National Heritage Landscape.
The Badenhorsts transformed the overgrown vineyard after buying it in 2012.
They created an annual music festival, Music in the Vines, in 2016 with 420 people attending. The 2018 event attracted more than 600 patrons. This year's festival was cancelled because of extreme heat in March.
"We're in the planning stages of the 2020 festival in March and we're hoping everything will be set for the new owners to continue the event," Mrs Badenhorst said.
"We want to see the business thrive and we're encouraging the next buyer to continue the festival and business."
The South African couple fell in love with the Macarthur property in 2012 and within two weeks registered the Suffoir business name referencing the Suffolk sheep on the property and the pinot noir vines.
They picked their first vintage in 2013 and the wine was kept on French oak for 14 months before it was bottled.
In 2015 the cellar door opened.
Mr Badenhorst has a background in molecular genetics, biochemistry and molecular plant breeding and he used that knowledge to produce the Three Alpacas craft beer range in 2017, named after their three alpacas, Hennie, Macs and Milo.
Cider was also added to the business in 2017.
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