Located about 54 kilometres north-west of Melbourne, the Sol y Sombra Estate is a beautiful venue
that sits on 8 acres of pristine property with views of Mt. Macedon.
Breathe in the fresh mountain air and enjoy getting away from the noise of the city!
Sol Y Sombra Estate is an easy commute, just minutes from the Gisborne exit on the Calder Fwy
and located just off the Panorama Drive district.
Our newly constructed shed farm shed provides a unique sheltered space that allows us to host events both indoors and outdoors.
Just 3 miles north-west is the quaint town of Gisborne, gateway to the Macedon Ranges.
Gisborne has an abundance of activities from history to wine tasting. Hiking trails and open space parks abound.
Come on up and see for yourself!
WHY CHOOSE US?
WHAT DOES SOL Y SOMBRA MEAN?
Sol y Sombra is a Spanish after dinner or breakfast alcoholic drink (or digestif),
consisting of equal parts brandy & anise dulce (sweet anise or anisette) served in a brandy glass.
The drink's name comes from the Spanish words for sun (sol) & shade (sombra) and refers to different types of seats that can be purchased at bullfights. The cheap seats are Sol, and are in the full sun, whereas the most expensive seats are Sombra and are fully shaded. A Sol y Sombra ticket has some shade & some sun throughout the day. The drink's name reflects this, as the drink is a combination of the dark brandy (sombra) & the clear anise (sol).