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Semillon Wine Variety Wineries in Ferguson Valley Area

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Wineries in Ferguson Valley Area


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Hackersley

A little piece of paradise in the Ferguson Valley, voted as one of “The 10 best new wineries” in Australia and winner of the Gold plate Award for the best Restaurant in a Winery in Regional WA.

  • Wine Variety:Cabernet Sauvignon,Merlot,Semillon,Shiraz,Shiraz Cabernet,Verdelho,Cabernet Merlot,Sauvignon Blanc Semillon,Tempranillo
  • Wine Region:Geographe

Details

  • Geographe:Ferguson Valley
  • Vineyards:12 hectares
  • Facilities:Cellar Door,Restaurant
  • Size & Year:Established 1951 - 2000,Boutique (1,000-4,999 cases)
  • Cellar Door Open:Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Holidays
  • Cases Produced:1500
  • Lunch Open:Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Jeff and Kerry Ovens originally had eyes on Margaret River to start up their Vineyard, but found the prime land they were looking for in the Ferguson Valley. Originally a dairy farm for than 100 years, the land was perfect for a Vineyard and 15,000 rootling’s were planted in 1998.

In 2014 Hackersly won the Gold plate Award for the best Restaurant in a Winery in Regional WA. The restaurant and cellar door have a casual atmosphere and offer locally sourced food paired with tastings of fine wines. The restaurants and cellar door are open Thursday - Sunday from 10am to 4pm. Restaurant bookings are recommended. Look out for our Sunday Lunchtime Jazz sessions.
 

Henty View Vineyard

A boutique family vineyard and winery in Ferguson Valley with Indian Ocean views crafting award-winning, 100% estate-made, bright, fruit-driven white and rich, full-bodied red wines.

  • Open Days/times:No Cellar Door
  • Wine Variety:Cabernet Sauvignon,Merlot,Semillon,Shiraz,Rose
  • Wine Region:Geographe

Details

  • Cases Produced:1000-4999 cases
  • Established:2000
  • Facilities:No Cellar Door
  • Size & Year:Boutique (1,000-4,999 cases),Established 1951 - 2000
  • Geographe:Ferguson Valley
  • Brands:Henty View

Description

Over the last 10 years, Brian and Dianne Allen have been developing their property into a boutique winery, producing quality wines with a hands-on, family approach. The vines are planted on steep, well-drained slopes with very complex soil types. Cooling sea breezes provide excellent air circulation, ideal for extended fruit ripening and flavour development of the grapes.

The Wines

The wines are grown, made and bottled on site by winemaker Sharon McEvoy. Varieties include Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Semillon and Rose. The wines have been awarded numerous times at the Geographe Wine Show, including Best White Wine and Best White Varietal for the Henty View Vineyard Semillon.

Specialises in mail order sales, and all wines can be purchased online.

St. Aidan Wines

A delightful boutique Vineyard beside the Ferguson River with, child-friendly lawns, a rammed-earth Cellar Door Restaurant and Events Centre with a 'bud to bottle' focus to produce award-winning wines

  • Wine Region:Geographe
  • Open Days/times:Mon - Fri 11am to 4pm, Weekends 11am to 5pm
  • Wine Variety:Semillon,Cabernet,Cabernet Merlot,Tempranillo,Fortified,Cabernet Sauvignon,Chardonnay,Muscat,Sauvignon Blanc Semillon,Sparkling

Details

  • Facilities:Light Food,Functions,Wheelchair Access,Picnic Facilities,Restaurant,Cellar Door,Kids Play Area,BBQ Facilities
  • Lunch Open:Holidays,Tuesday,Wednesday,Monday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
  • Vineyards:2.6 hectares
  • Winemaker:Mark Messenger
  • Cases Produced:1500
  • Size & Year:Boutique (1,000-4,999 cases),Established 1951 - 2000
  • Wheelchair Access:Yes
  • Cellar Door Open:Wednesday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Thursday,Holidays
  • Established:1996
  • Geographe:Ferguson Valley

Description

The 10 hectare property was purchased in 1991 by Phil and Mary Smith, who wished to partake in horticulture from a base nearby Bunbury where Phil works as an anaesthetist. The property was planted with citrus trees and table grapes, before they made the exciting progression to wine grapes on the estate in 1997. Subsequent plantings ensued . With focus on extraction and blending to craft the perfect wine, with minimal impact the team at Saint Aidan aim to create 'Art in a Bottle'. 

Home grown varietals include Chardonnay, Cabernet, Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc, Muscat, Malbec and Tempranillo.

Cellar Door

Nestled between the Sauvignon and Semillon vines and the Ferguson River is the rammed earth Cellar Door Restaurant. The building was sympathetically designed to blend in with the surroundings and reflect the design of the neighbouring Church from where the estate takes its name. Saint Aidan's award-winning wines can be sampled Monday to Friday 11am - 4pm, and weekends 11am - 5pm. A large range of homemade preserves like ‘Grandmas Tomato Relish’ are also available to purchase, as is a range of artwork from regional artists.

The Food

The Cellar Door Restaurant Menu focuses on the best seasonal offerings, using local ingredients wherever possible for soups, mains and sumptious desserts. The recently refurbished space can seat up to 60 guests in climate controlled comfort.

There are also picnic and gas barbecue facilities under the Peppermint trees at the estate, on the banks of the Ferguson River with plenty of space and family cricket games are welcomed!

St Aidan Wines also hosts a variety of Events throughout the year from their Summer Film on the Ferguson Outdoor Cinema to the iconic Annual Tempranillo Tasting Day in August.

The 150 seat Function Centre adjacent to the Cellar Door is an ideal Venue for Weddings, Corporate or other Special Events.

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

Details

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

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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