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E M I LY P OW E R

The editor’s desk

SIMON SCHIFF

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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FIRST PERSON

“ I am Dr Bruce Alexander ” … and I’m a clinical hypnotherapist I studied science at Melbourne University and worked in the field for about 10 years. I was reasonably good at it, but I wasn’t inspired. I was also watching my supervisor turn grey trying to get grant money. I projected into the future and thought, “Is that really what I want for myself?” My supervisor called in sick one day, and I was left in the lab on my own, which gave me some time to think about what I wanted to do with my life. I started jotting down various ideas. I’d seen a hypnotherapist myself for study anxiety, and I remembered how much it’d helped me and how interesting it was, so I thought, ‘maybe I should pursue that as a career’. I discovered a private training academy that taught hypnotherapy, gave them a call and they were having an introductory seminar that night. I went and within 24 hours I had a whole new career. I started working as a hypnotherapist part-time and gradually built up my practice, while I transitioned out of medical research. That was about 20 years ago now, and I still don’t know what hypnosis is. By definition, it’s an altered state of consciousness, but scientists don’t even know what consciousness is. What we do know is that if we employ certain procedures, they have a certain result. In a very relaxed state, we become suggestible. So, hypnotherapists make positive suggestions, which turn into imagery, which become part of a person’s life leading to behavioural changes. I see lots of different people with many different issues. Smoking is probably the easiest and most straightforward to work with to get results, but with so many people now having already quit, I don’t see that many clients for smoking any more. I now see people for more complex things, like insomnia, alcohol or drug addiction, anxiety and self-esteem issues. Hypnotherapy then becomes part of a broader process – you have to look at the person in a more holistic way. People often come in with an issue and want their hypnotherapist to wave a magic wand and fix it, but it really doesn’t work like that. You need to look at the bigger picture. ●

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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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TRAVEL Find peace and solitude – with Matthew McConaughey’s help. Wo r d s

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unique natural environment. “We have been looking for places and people to go and shine a light on and say 'hey, thank you’. And with that, hopefully comes exposure to more responsibility for not only us to take but for others to take,” McConaughey says. Unveiling the cabins in Sydney late last month, McConaughey and Unyoked reiterated the desire for guests to disconnect digitally and mentally and get, well, “unyoked” – meaning to cease work. “One of the things that can happen when you go off on your own is that you may not enjoy the company,” McConaughey says. “Hopefully you can stay long enough to shake hands with the fact that you’re the only one you can’t get rid of. So, you start getting along. I’ve had that experience many times.” The coming together of twin brothers from the Northern Territory – Cam and Chris Grant, founders of Unyoked – Wild Turkey and one of Hollywood’s

biggest stars seems like an unlikely partnership. Chris Grant explains: “Matthew flew us to America to meet with him where we discussed at length what we do and why we do it. We found a common interest and from that, he came up with the idea to

design a cabin and the elements inside it, with the proceeds going back towards our charity partner.” Inside The Reserve are design decisions that are iconically McConaughey: moody lighting, Highway 61 Revisited by Bob Dylan playing on cassette, and even a hidden Wild Turkey Bar stocked with McConaughey’s very own Longbranch bourbon. “We all feel frazzled from time to time and I sure don’t have it down, but The Reserve is a place engineered to give you the time to check back in with the source ... yourself,” McConaughey says. ● THE RESERVE \ Bookings open in early December, with a percentage of the proceeds from stays donated to Unyoked’s charity partner, the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife.

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e’re all set for an indulgent summer thanks to a slew of new venues last month. There’s festivity as well as creativity in the air, with a new modChinese restaurant in Carlton, a street-style torta and taco kiosk in Collingwood, and Thornbury ice-cream and hot-chip store Kenny Lover, with flavours as wild as soy sauce. Pinchy’s lobster rolls is now a full-blown seafood and champagne bar while, heading south, another Rustica is open for dinner and Murrumbeena just met its new favourite cafe. Further south on the Mornington Peninsula, Ten Minutes by Tractor has risen from the ashes.

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This ice-cream shop is equal parts weird and wonderful. Flavours range from traditional to adventurous (kalamata olive and white chocolate).

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An Asian player has landed in Little Italy, opening last month. Heavily, but not exclusively, Chineseinfluenced dishes are interpreted for a modern Melbourne setting in a space best described as “sexy”. Must order: ma po tofu knots, shiitake and mustard greens

Rustica’s sixth cafe – a 500-squaremetre flagship, no less – is in a former retail warehouse on Chapel Street. It’s the only one of their stores that offers dinner as well as breakfast, lunch and baked goods. Must order: ’nduja, burrata, charred peach and broccoli pizza

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Formerly a pop-up selling lobster rolls in Emporium, Pinchy’s has taken on a new life in Mid City Arcade. Now, it’s a seafood restaurant and champagne bar with chef Pierre Khodja in the kitchen (ex-Camus, Northcote). Must order: prawn head roll with sea urchin aioli Level 1/200 Bourke Street, Melbourne ● pinchys.co

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A torta and taco shop has replaced the defunct kebab kiosk on Smith Street between Alexandra Parade and Johnston Street. Must order: torta al pastor with pork, queso, bean, avocado, lettuce, coriander and pickle 384 Smith Street, Collingwood ● tortasandtacos.com.au

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Steven Maserov is a young Melbourne corporate lawyer in a world of pain. He is absolutely terrified of losing a job he hates, and his marriage is on the rocks. So, he makes a bold gamble aimed at keeping his job, his wife and his sanity. In his first novel in eight years, Elliot Perlman delivers a biting and grimly funny social commentary. ●

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HAWTHORN EAST \ 29 RYEBURNE AVENUE 4

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Upper Hawthorn was the name of this beautiful part of the world when Killara was built. Though the name is lost, the land is forever lofty; up here on the Camberwell-Canterbury border, there’s a brilliant view from the hill to the city. Ryeburne Avenue, too, is preserved (and protected) in its Edwardian glory. Built of solid brick on a north-facing, 1000-square-metre block, Killara is single-level, sprawling and bright. French doors and high ceilings bring an easy breeziness to its big rooms, which include living and dining, a fitted study, four zoned bedrooms and modern meals and family areas. Leadlight glistens, and tiled fireplaces gleam. The garden, rose-laden and with a dainty gazebo, could probably calm the unruliest kids. If not, they can kick a footy to William Angliss Reserve, four doors down. Killara’s fretwork hall opens left to the living room, sumptuous in grey carpet with a marble gas log fireplace and a corner bay. Double doors link living with the chandelier-lit dining room, set up for music and reading; the box bay, with its window seat, is a sweet spot for a bookworm binge. Across the hall, two original double bedrooms have fireplaces flanked by wardrobes and cupboards. The whitetiled main bathroom has a bath and glass shower. The study has a desk and bookcases. Though there’s no designated main suite, the largest bedroom – over in the sunny west wing, with a bathroom next door and french doors to the rear verandah – might take the crown. Sociable families will enjoy the spacious open-plan area,

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where pine makes a well-sprung floor for dancing. Get cosy in the family area, with bookcases astride a Heat & Glo gas

“REFINED AND MAGNIFICENTLY MAINTAINED, KILLARA PRESENTS AN

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CAMBERWELL JUNCTION HAS SO MUCH TO OFFER.” CHLOE QUINN – AGENT

kitchen, has an Ilve 900-millimetre range and a walk-in pantry. Central heating, evaporative cooling, a powder room and a large laundry complete Killara’s winsome interior. The garden has a shed and a double carport amid the roses and fuchsias. ● ALISON BARCLAY property@domainreview.com.au Agent: Jellis Craig, Chloe Quinn 0412 238 565 Price: $4 million-$4.4 million Auction: 11am, December 7

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KEW \ 52A MOLESWORTH STREET 4

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Built in 2009, the Orb House is famous for its vast glass facade revealing a circle sliced out of the wall inside. Architect Bojan Simic designed a huge spine curving around an east-facing garden with a pool, deck and saunabarbecue pavilion, giving the main rooms a magnificent outlook. The interior, in oak and grigio versilia marble, is equally awesome. On the ground floor are living, dining and family areas and, upstairs, the retreat (balcony), rumpus room and study. The kitchen has Miele and Liebherr appliances and a walk-in pantry; there’s also a big cellar. The ground-floor main bedroom suite and three first-floor bedrooms ensure a pleasing privacy. ● ALISON BARCLAY Agent: Kay & Burton, Sam Wilkinson 0400 169 148 Price: $5.5 million-$6 million Expressions of interest: close 5pm, December 14

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HAWTHORN \ 99 ILLAWARRA ROAD 4

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If ever a house could make Gen X feel they’d recovered Paradise Lost, this is the real – er, deadset unreal – thing. A time capsule of 1970s cool, the two-storey Scotch Hill house is a beauty in vaulted timber ceilings, with russetred benchtops and olive tiles that deserve a heritage listing. Three living areas include the central library and lounge, both opening to courtyards. The curved-bay family area has french doors to the mosaic-tiled pool and deep, east-facing garden. The Bosch-equipped kitchen, compact and efficient, overlooks the dining area. The main bedroom suite is downstairs, with three bedrooms plus a petite retreat upstairs. ● ALISON BARCLAY Agent: Jellis Craig, Richard Winneke 0418 136 858 Price: $2.75 million-$2.95 million Auction: 1pm, December 7

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KEW \ 1/45 PARKHILL ROAD 3

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With Victoria Park and a range of sporting clubs a few metres down the road, families who enjoy an active, outdoor lifestyle will find this Kew home an ideal fit. The first of five houses located within the Parkhill Rise development, 1 at 45 Parkhill Road offers spacious living and privacy across the two levels, with lush gardens surrounding the residence. Upon entry through a private courtyard, a cathedral ceiling opens up in the dining and living space, with an adjoining family area and quaint kitchen looking over a covered outdoor entertainers’ deck. A study nook has been fitted neatly under the stairs, which lead to two of the three bedrooms. ● PORTIA CONYERS-EAST Agent: Fletchers, Jeremy Desmier 0409 601 613 Price: $1.2 million-$1.32 million Auction: 1pm, December 7

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GLEN IRIS \ 20 AINTREE ROAD 4

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Don’t be fooled by the modest facade, through the front door is a contemporary home fit for modern families. Recent renovations and extensions have amplified this single-level townhouse’s offerings, with a landscaped backyard, lap pool and terrace for both entertaining and family time. The main bedroom features a walk-in wardrobe and marble en suite, with the three additional bedrooms sharing a family bathroom. Down a few steps from the sleeping quarters is the open-plan living, dining and kitchen zone – the kitchen features white stone benchtops and a walk-in pantry. A sunken lounge is an additional comfort, warmed by a gas fireplace. ● PORTIA CONYERS-EAST Agent: Marshall White, Jack Moss 0439 378 954 Price: $2.5 million-$2.75 million Auction: 1.30pm, December 7

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MALVERN \ 29A THANET STREET 4

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On a tree-lined boulevard, this property combines style with comfort. Elegance is apparent from the moment you step inside, courtesy of the double-height ceiling. Follow the hallway to reach the main bedroom, removed from the additional three bedrooms on the second storey for privacy. This room comes equipped with a spacious walk-in wardrobe and sleek en suite. Large bifold doors in the living and dining areas bring in natural light and look out to a peaceful rear courtyard dining area. The kitchen is wellequipped, and flows directly to the dining area. Upstairs is a multipurpose retreat/study, as well as a central family bathroom. â—? MEGAN WHITFIELD Agent: RT Edgar, Mark Wridgway 0419 510 777 Price: $2.5 million-$2.6 million Auction: 11am, December 7

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This 1930s art deco property is a welcoming family home, while offering opportunity for extension or renovation. Leadlight windows and ornate ceilings provide character, with generous windows encouraging natural light throughout communal areas. The formal dining room boasts a decorative mantelpiece while the sitting room is spacious and comfortable. The main bedroom features a generous built-in wardrobe with two additional bedrooms and adjoining study providing room for a family to stretch out. The kitchen is well-equipped for entertaining with a breakfast bar, and leads out to verandah looking over a lush north-west facing garden. â—? MEGAN WHITFIELD Agent: Marshall White, Nicholas Franzmann 0412 247 175 Price: $2.2 million-$2.4 million Auction: 11.30am, December 7

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