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Framed by majestic karri forests, with their rich, red soil and extraordinary local produce, marron and truffles, the region has garnered a reputation as a premium food and wine destination.

The first commercial vineyard was planted in 1982 and now boasts over 50 vineyards and 10 cellar doors.

The cool climate is suited to the production of fine, Bordeaux- style wines and is renowned for its pinot noir, sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, merlot and shiraz.

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