What was the first winery in Margaret River?
Margaret River's first commercial vineyard, Vasse Felix, was planted in 1967, and from the first batches of wine a few years later, the region quickly established itself as one to watch. This is even more impressive given that many of the region's first winemakers were newcomers to the industry.
What are the best wines from Margaret River?
Vasse Felix. Cullen Wines. Leeuwin Estate. Brookwood Estate. Aravina Estate. Lenton Brae. Stella Bella Wines. Woody Nook Winery.
What is the best Australian wine?
The World's Best Australian Wines
|Wine Name||Score||Ave Price|
|Seppeltsfield 'Para Liqueur' Vintage Tawny Barossa Valley||95||$187|
|Clarendon Hills Astralis Shiraz, McLaren Vale||95||$236|
|Penfolds Block 42 Kalimna Cabernet Sauvignon, Barossa Valley||95||$646|
|Torbreck The Laird, Barossa Valley||95||$604|
Margaret River is the major geographical indication wine region in southwest Western Australia, with 5,017 hectares under vine and 215 wineries as at 2012.
Margaret River (wine region)
|Margaret River wine region|
|No. of wineries||187|
Margaret River has wowed the wine world again and further enhanced its reputation as Australia's greatest and one of the world's pre-eminent chardonnay regions. “2019 was a great vintage for chardonnay, with cooler conditions allowing for a gradual ripening and retention of natural acids,” Hodgson said.
Which winery has a wine named after the Perth cardiologist that first planted wine grapes in the Margaret River region?
An avid historian, and hopeful that his vineyard would enjoy a happier fate, Dr Tom Cullity named it Vasse Felix, meaning 'lucky/happy' Vasse. Perth cardiologist Dr Tom Cullity established the founding wine Estate of Margaret River in 1967, with the first wines made in 1972.
After more than forty years of premium commercial winemaking Gladstones' prediction has been totally vindicated. Today the Margaret River winegrowing region is further categorized into six sub-regions based on drainage basins and accompanying variation in aspect and local weather patterns.
1. Penfolds Bin 389. We have to kick of this list with Australia's most iconic red wine from Australia's largest winery Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz.
Major wine varieties grown in Australia include the red varieties Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot and white varieties Chardonnay, Sémillon and Sauvignon Blanc. The wine production industry in Australia generates over six million Australian dollars annually and is projected to continue growing in value.