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DYLAN GRIMES

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Dylan Grimes is surely the only person in the world with the job title “AFL footballer and vigneron”. The Richmond premiership star and All Australian defender owns Mount Macedon Winery with his wife Elisha. It is a sanctuary for Grimes – there can be no greater contrast to the ringing of the crowd at a capacity MCG than a solo stroll among the vines, where the backman is tagged by his dog. “It’s a completely different realm, and I get to pretend to be a farmer,” Grimes tells journalist Megan Hustwaite. The Tiger’s life off the footy field and on the land is this week’s cover feature. ●

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TIGER IN THE VINES COVER STORY A dual premiership player

and All-Australian backman, Richmond’s Dylan Grimes also finds time to make wine.

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rom the lush MCG to picturesque Mount Macedon, Dylan Grimes likes to roam wide, open spaces. The two-time Richmond premiership defender is best known for nullifying the AFL’s best forwards, as highlighted by his sensational 2019 All-Australian season, but away from the game he spends his time in a field of a different kind, as owner of Mount Macedon Winery. The 28-year-old and his wife Elisha, who were married last month, purchased the 32.2-hectare property, which also features a farm, restaurant and cellar door, events space and accommodation, nearly three years ago. First planted in 1989, as part of Olivia NewtonJohn’s Koala Blue label, the winery on the western slopes of Mount Macedon sits 680 metres above sea level, making it one of the highest altitude wineries in Australia. The challenging growing conditions make for high quality fruit and a more condensed and interesting flavour. Grimes says he’s found his passion and purpose outside of football. “It’s a completely different realm and I get to pretend to be a farmer, which is fun,’’ he tells Domain Review. “Growing up at Panton Hill, I spent every weekend and school holidays doing things in the country and on the farm and I fell in love with it. “I knew post-footy I was going to really immerse myself in the country and live on the land and while playing I’ve been able to set up that life after footy. “I’d been a keen wine consumer of all types. My wife was working in the Yarra Valley and this place came up – we jumped at it and haven’t looked back.” Mount Macedon Winery manages the growing season then sends the fruits of its labour to Werribee’s Shadowfax Wines where it’s pressed, returned then bottled. Pinot noir and chardonnay are their specialities. At Christmas, the couple will head to France on a honeymoon-research trip to look into some new planting techniques. Being on the land and breathing in the fresh

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country air has given Grimes both balance and an ability to be more present. “Getting out in a beautiful country setting and escaping to something different, there’s never a dull moment with a place like this. Football’s such a fast-paced vibe, a bubble, but it’s the complete opposite up here; you’re in touch with nature and what the seasons and land are doing,’’ he says. “It’s helped my football, without a shadow of a doubt, to not be so immersed in one thing. More and more players are finding things away from football and realising the benefits of having a more balanced approach to their career and life. You can over-think and overdo things and sometimes the answer isn’t more, more, more. “Out on the land you’re working with your hands, in nature and, for me, there’s no better feeling because you’re fully immersed in the moment and getting back in touch with something that means a lot to me.”

“I catch the V-Line train to Melbourne, get a coffee at Woodend station and really enjoy it. It’s a good chance to do some work on the train and nice not to drive sometimes,” he says. “You see the same people every morning and the guy remembers my coffee order now, so I’m officially a local. It’s a terrific community in the Macedon Ranges and the more time we spend here, the more we love it.”

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etting up himself for life after footy has also been a motivating factor. “I left school, drafted at 18, so I’ve never had a job other than at the Richmond Football Club. As you get older, you look at friends you went to school with who have finished uni degrees and immersed themselves in their industry for a long time now,’’ Grimes says. “You can come out of the game feeling underqualified and under-skilled, going from living a

“It’s helped my football, without a shadow of a doubt, to not be so immersed in one thing. Out on the land you’re working with your hands ... there’s no better feeling.” Nevertheless, Grimes reckons there are similarities between footy and farm life. “Keeping the animals happy and healthy, fences standing straight and staying on top of the firewood is a full-time job in itself. There are a few moving parts and I think that’s what makes it so engaging,’’ he says. “Similar to footy, I think players realise early on there’s a correlation between hard work and reward. With a big property like this that correlation is particularly evident because you really get out what you put in and I’ve been able to apply that message from football to a different field.” During the cut and thrust of the footy season, Grimes divides his time between Mount Macedon and his city base.

lifestyle in an elite environment to being unemployed with not a lot of experience in anything other than football. “So, it can be pretty daunting for a lot of players. I’ve been lucky to find something I’m really passionate about and have terrific mentors to surround myself with.” So, what’s next for the AFL’s vigneron? “I’m super excited about expanding the paddockto-plate concept. I really want to grow the majority of the produce we’re using in the restaurant and cellar door,” Grimes says. “My family are traditionally olive growers so an olive grove as well and I’d love to get chickens and a dairy cow.” ● ● mountmacedonwinery.com.au

Dylan Grimes hopes to expand “paddock-to-plate” at his winery.

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you stroll a few minutes up High Street you’ll come into Northcote’s Westgarth precinct, complete with cafes, bars, an eclectic array of takeaway joints, and the local art-house cinema. This house offers not just stately family living, but proximity to that tight-knit, inner-north community. ● ANDERS FURZE property@domainreview.com.au

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Domain Review Melbourne Times - December 04, 2019  

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