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Characterised by ancient, towering karri forests, rolling farmland and cooler climate, this beautiful wine region is renowned for its widely planted pinot noir and increasingly recognised for its chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and verdelho.

There are only a handful of cellar doors, all within easy distance of each other and the cooler climate styles are sure to surprise and delight. It is also the southern hemisphere’s largest producer of truffles. Paired with the regions fabulous fare and many unique outdoor activities, a trip to the Manjimup wine region is nothing short of a gastronomic adventure.

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WineriesLatitudeAltitudeSeason RainfallHarvest
2834°14’S287m361mmMar to April

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