The Armand family moved from Mount Isa QLD to the New England Tablelands in 1982, focusing on cattle and their horses. The property sits on the Mole Granite, at an altitude of 1100 metres. When they first moved to this area, local bee farmers provided an abundance of chemical free honey in exchange for the use of their native timbered areas for their bee sites. Pierre’s family background is in France where they produced wines from the Provence and French Brittany regions, areas famous for ciders and mead. Pierre initially started making mead as a hobby and their first batch was made in the garage.
Pierre and Glenice own and operate 2 Wild Souls Meadery having done so now for 36 years. Just like champagne, the mead is made on Methode Champenoise Ancestrale which takes up to 2 years before release. They use their own spring water which is filtered through the granite.
What you taste is the actual blossom of the specific type of tree. Due to the stability and quality of their mead it can be cellared for many, many years or chilled and enjoyed right this moment.
No added flavours, no preservatives, all chemical free. Vegan friendly and gluten free.
Cellar door is open to the public by appointment only.
Please contact us for directions.
Pets are welcome on a leash.