Our Wines

Chardonnay: Chardonnay seems to acquire a unique extra dimension in the Margaret River Wine Region. It is more concentrated, more complex, more viscous and tangy, yet does not become overly cloying or heavy. The voluptuous fruit lends itself to the full range of winemaking techniques and the region’s winemakers do not shirk from using them.

Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon: In most vintages the region welds the two varieties together in a way which no other area does.  Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon being aromatic varieties are outstanding with fresh citrus, lemon blossom and stone fruit on the nose with the palate balanced off by crisp acidity.  Intensity and elegance are hallmarks of these blends from Margaret River.

Cabernet Sauvignon: Wines made from Cabernet Sauvignon were the first to win acclaim in the Margaret River Wine Region for their consistently high quality. Virtually every winery produces a Cabernet although Merlot is an increasingly common blend component. The style has evolved over the decades – the common threads are ripe grapes that provide a sweet core to all the wines, which are never leafy or herbal, and often with slightly earthy or gravelly tannins. These latter characteristics are very much a product of the local terroir, which provides complexity, authority and structure.

Shiraz: There was some conjecture within the Australian wine industry about the future of Shiraz in the Margaret River Wine Region with results of late solidly indicating it has a true home here. Various styles can be present with everything from medium bodied spice and pepper to rich full bodied fruit driven wines available.