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Friday Cellar Door Open Wineries in Bickley

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Wineries in Bickley


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Hainault Vineyard & Cafe

Unwind on the verandah of this boutique, family-owned cellar door and dog-friendly cafe serving lunch platters full of organic produce and set with gorgeous views of the Bickley Valley.

  • Wine Variety:Gewurztraminer,Pinot Noir,Semillon,Semillon Chardonnay,Sparkling,Merlot,Cabernet Sauvignon,Chardonnay,Classic Dry White,Cabernet Merlot,Rose
  • Wine Region:Perth Hills

Details

  • Lunch Open:Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Monday,Holidays
  • Cellar Door Open:Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Holidays,Monday
  • Established:1980
  • Facilities:Cellar Door,Light Food,Functions,Restaurant
  • Size & Year:Established 1951 - 2000
  • Perth Hills:Bickley Valley
  • Vineyards:17 acres

Description

Nestled in Jarrah forest on the Darling Scarp at an elevation of 400 metres, Hainault is the highest vineyard in Western Australia, and is in one of the coldest parts of the State. The 17 acre property was replanted as a vineyard in 1978 by Peter Fimmel, one of the pioneers of the then infant Perth Hills Wine Region.

Owners Michael and Lyn Sykes purchased the vineyard in 2002, with an objective to produce premium quality varietal wines whilst further developing a style synonymous with the Perth Hills. The couple's relationship with the environment is signified in Hainault's logo of a Boobook owl, an animal native to the area, and viticulture and land management practices reflect their commitment to sustainability. Hainault also prides itself on being pet friendly, and it's common to see the Sykes family Kelpies at their cafe.

The Wines

All Hainault wines are made from estate grown, hand harvested fruit using minimal interventions. Among an extensive range, Hainault produces a traditional method Sparkling Pinot Noir, Semillon, Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer, Rose, Cabernet Merlot Blend, and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Cellar Door

Wine tastings and cellar sales are available Saturday to Monday from 11am-5pm.

The Food

Open for lunch Saturday to Monday from 11am-5pm, the Hainault Cafe offers nibbles, platters, hearty mains and delicious desserts on a verandah overlooking the stunning vineyard. All food is prepared on premises and made to order using locally sourced organic produce whenever possible, and several vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options are available.

The Packing Shed At Lawnbrook

Tucked away in the Bickley Valley, the Lawnbrook Estate and Packing Shed Restaurant provide arelaxed atmosphere with cellar-door sales and rustic home-cooked meals in picturesque surroundings.

  • Wine Region:Perth Hills
  • Wine Variety:Pinot blend,Tempranillo,Sparkling,Chardonnay,Classic Dry White,Semillon Chardonnay,Shiraz
  • Open Days/times:Fri to Sun 9am to 4pm

Details

  • Cellar Door Open:Saturday,Sunday,Friday
  • Breakfast Open:Friday,Saturday,Sunday
  • Lunch Open:Friday,Saturday,Sunday
  • Cases Produced:300
  • Vineyards:1 acre
  • Facilities:Restaurant,Cellar Door,Light Food
  • Brands:Lawnbrook Estate
  • Established:Reopened 2017
  • Winemaker:Matt Bowness
  • Perth Hills:Bickley Valley
  • Size & Year:Micro (1-999 cases),Established 1951 - 2000

Description

Ever since holding their wedding reception at the property 18 years ago, owning and running the Lawnbrook Estate and restaurant has been a long-held dream for Rebekah and Bruce Wilson. For the last year, they have been lovingly restoring the property, preparing their first vintage, and refining their menus. With an acre of vines on the 10 acre historic property, a variety of estate-grown wines are produced, and the Packing Shed @ Lawnbrook, the estate's boutique cafe, serves breakfast, lunch, homemade cakes and coffee. 

The Wines
Lawnbrook Estate is the wine brand associated with the Packing Shed Restaurant and the small vineyard set along Piesse Brook. While thefocus is on producing food-friendly wine for the restaurant, cellar door sales and tastings are also available. The varieties include Sparkling Chardonnay Pinot Noir, Semillon Chardonnay, Classic White, Pinot Rose, Shiraz, Tempranillo and Shiraz Tempranillo. 

The Food
Specialising in all things handmade and local, the Packing Shed Restaurant will be serving up breakfast and lunch from Friday to Sunday each week. Food is prepared onsite using seasonal and local produce whenever possible, catering to various dietary requirements. In warmer months, guests are invited to bring a picnic blanket and enjoy one of the Shed's cheeseboards on the lawn. 

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