Coppin Grove vineyard sells in Hawthorn

Coppin Grove vineyard sells in Hawthorn
Coppin Grove vineyard sells in Hawthorn

The $12 million plus buyer of the Hawthorn vineyard, on Melbourne's Yarra River, remains unconfirmed, although the mist of intrigue is lifting.

The home of Coppin Grove Wines, a boutique family vineyard established in 1998, was sold through Kay & Burton agent Scott Patterson who'd indicated the buyer would continue the wine-making started by Michael Cohn and his wife Ann. 

Settlement details will reveal the buyer and final price, but the former Goldman Sachs operative Adam Gregory seems set to emerge as connected to the mystery buyer of the inner city vineyard that supplies George Calombaris’s Hellenic Republic restaurants in Melbourne.

Coppin Grove vineyard sells in Hawthorn

Remains to be known if it's him, his family or friends, possibly even investors via the Light Warrior Group, his venture capital company.

The South Yarra based Gregory, who owns a Bronte bolthole, is an investor in the MaDe restaurant group.

This article first appeared in the Weekend Australia property section.

 

 

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