Wineries of Western Australia
About Wine In WA
Stretching from the Swan Valley close to Perth through to Margaret River and the Great Southern, WA boasts the most picturesque wine regions in Australia and while the production is relatively small, the quality is outstanding. Many of the wineries are family-owned with cellar doors manned by the wine-maker, providing a unique personal experience, galleries, locally grown produce, incredible restaurants and even an old Tigermoth.
Boasting more than 350 wineries and some of the worlds’ premium wine producing regions, and food production stretching 3000km from Kimberley to the Great Southern, it is not surprising to learn that Western Australia has a strong food & wine culture, and plenty of events. Here are some of the annual events with a strong focus on wine.
Wine Regions of WA
Straight Off The Vine
Enjoy a picturesque WA sunset while sipping on a range of WA’s sumptuous wines, ciders, craft beers and spirits at the iconic Scarborough Beach Reserve.
Only a half-hour road trip from Perth, the Swan Valley is the ideal day trip location. We’ve used Scoop’s Favourite Feature to select a dreamy itinerary of things to do, a couple of wineries to check out and some delish foodie treats to refuel. So fire up the group chat and get your mates […]
Boasting 100+ cellar doors, Margaret River is the most beautiful wine region in Australia, producing internationally renowned chardonnay, cabernet and semillon sauvignon blanc. The growing conditions are almost identical with Bordeaux. In 2016, James Halliday noted that Margaret River produced 14 of the top 32 cabernets, 7 of the top 10 sauvignon blanc/semillon blends and 8 of the top 30 chardonnays in Australia.