How To Taste Wine @ Killerby Wines

Head down to Killerby Margaret River for a casual & practical approach to wine tasting, from opening a bottle correctly and how to look for faults, to the wine glass and how our taste buds work... all the good stuff to get you comfortable tasting wine!   Since its establishment in 1973, ... [Read more...]

Brown Hill Estate Videos

Margaret River Wines Brown Hill Brown Hill Estate is a 24-ha vineyard founded in the year 1997. This is a family owned and run business with co-owners Jim, Gwen and Nathan Bailey who is the winemaker. The aim of Brown Hill Estate has always been to bring its customers the finest Margaret River red ... [Read more...]

Margaret River Vintage Stomp 2011 – Voyager Estate

The Margaret River Vintage Stomp celebration is the culmination of one of the region’s most important events – the grape harvest. Voyager Estate Winery will once again host the Margaret River Vintage Stomp in 2011, with the vineyard being transformed into an especially festive place, commencing ... [Read more...]

Voyager Estate Easter Evening Dining 23rd April 2011

Come and enjoy a specially-designed set menu for $90 per head or go with splendid Voyager Estate wines for $120 at Voyager Estate Easter Evening Dining on Easter Sunday. You can visit the Voyager Estate website to download the menu. Advance bookings are recommended for the event. Voyager Estate ... [Read more...]

Aravina Estate Semillon and Seafood

Aravina Semillon and Seafood, Margaret River, weekend is here.  This weekend will take you on an amazing ride, tasting some of the finest  Australia's Semillon and Semillon blends with the opportunity to combine these with the freshest Western Australian seafood.  Add to this already delicious ... [Read more...]

Margaret River Wine – 2011 Vintage

The vintners of the Margaret River wine region are busy harvesting grapes for the 2011 vintage – and it’s shaping up to be a highly successful year. All the white whines have been harvested successfully and the focus has now shifted towards red varieties. You can be certain that the quality of ... [Read more...]