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Fume Blanc Wine Variety Wineries in Ferguson Valley Area

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Wineries in Ferguson Valley Area


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Talisman Wines

WA Wine Guide Small Producer of the Year and a 5 Star Halliday rated winery in the Ferguson Valley. Interesting and intuitive single vineyard wines.

  • Wine Region:Geographe
  • Wine Variety:Chardonnay,Malbec,Merlot,Riesling,Sauvignon Blanc,Cabernet Malbec,Fume Blanc,Rose,Shiraz,Zinfandel

Details

  • Brands:Talisman and Spook Rock
  • Established:2009
  • Vineyards:10 hectares
  • Size & Year:Established 2001 - 2010,Boutique (1,000-4,999 cases)
  • Geographe:Ferguson Valley
  • Winemaker:Peter Stanlake

Description

Situated in one of the most elevated areas of the Ferguson Valley, development of the Talisman vineyard began in 1999 by Kim and Jenny Robinson. The unique site is surrounded by the Wellington National Park, with select grape varieties matched with the property's soil types and sloping landscapes. The superb quality fruit of the vineyard, which is grown under the watchful eye of Victor Bertola, is complemented by the delicate style of acclaimed winemaker Peter Stanlake. The winery was notably awarded 'Small Producer of the Year' in 2017 by the West Australian Wine Guide.

Tastings of Talisman wines take weekly at the Subiaco Farmers Market. There is currently no cellar door at the property, but watch this space.

The Wines

Talisman's range includes Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Shiraz, Cabernet Malbec, Malbec, Zinfandel, Riesling and Merlot.

Halliday Rating

5 Stars

 

Willow Bridge Estate

Experience a hidden jewel of the breathtaking Ferguson Valley at this 5 Star Halliday rated winery and cellar door, producing vibrant, estate-grown wines, just 20 minutes inland from Bunbury.

  • Wine Variety:Grenache,Rose,Cabernet,Sauvignon Blanc,Semillon,Tempranillo,Fume Blanc,Cabernet Merlot,Cabernet Sauvignon,Merlot,Viognier,Sparkling,Chardonnay,Chenin Blanc,Shiraz
  • Open Days/times:CLOSED: Online orders only
  • Wine Region:Geographe

Details

  • Established:1997
  • Cellar Door Open:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Holidays
  • Size & Year:Established 1951 - 2000,Small (5,000-49,999 cases)
  • Cases Produced:20 000
  • Brands:Dragonfly Series, Estate Series, Black Dog Shiraz
  • Geographe:Ferguson Valley
  • Vineyards:59 hectares
  • Winemaker:Kim Horton
  • Facilities:Cellar Door

Description

After an extensive search, Jeff and Vicki Dewar found their Ferguson Valley property, situated high on the western watershed of the Darling Ranges. In 1997 they planted vines on the picturesque, 180 hectare hillside property, which high rainfall, dry summer seasons and Marri soils to produce quality fruit for premium wine production. Respected Western Australian winemaker Rob Bowen joined the team in 1999.

The Wines

Wines are made under four labels; Dragonfly, Estate, Black Dog and Maris Sol. Varieties include Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Merlot, Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, Cabernet Sauvignon and a Tempranillo Cabernet and a traditional method Blanc de Blancs.

Cellar Door

In the heart of one of Western Australia’s most picturesque wine areas, Ferguson Valley, join the friendly staff for a fun and informative wine tasting of the full wine range. There are also quirky wine accessories available for purchase. Open weekdays 11am - 5pm, and weekends 12pm - 5pm.

Halliday Rating

5 Red Stars

 

 

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