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The Best Margaret River Wineries and Cellar Doors

Celebrated British wine critic, Jancis Robinson once remarked that "Margaret River is the closest thing to paradise of any wine region I have visited in my extensive search for knowledge." Not only does it combine all the best qualities for viticulture and produce sublime Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, but it's also downright beautiful! To help plan your trip to this internationally renowned wine region, we've selected a collection of Margaret River wineries that provide the best cellar door experience, plus we've included a handy interactive map down below.

Wine Selectors Tasting Panellist, winemaker, and wine show judge, Dave Mavor, is certainly a fan of the region, "Margaret River blows me away every time with the incredible quality of its wines." 
"One of the reasons for its success is the Mediterranean-style climate, which means it doesn't experience extremes in summer and winter, ensuring superb growing conditions. With the addition of thorough viticulture and winemaking practices, you have what it takes to produce consistently high-quality fruit, resulting in many award-winning wines," Dave explains.

Margaret River Wineries List

Arima

Located down a dirt road in the northwest of Margaret River's famed Wilyabrup sub-region, Arimia is home to a small organically farmed vineyard, kitchen garden, and a cellar door restaurant. There's a great range of wines available on their tasting menu that encompass both Margaret River classics and emerging alternative styles to enjoy while you learn more about organic farming and winemaking practices. The excellent restaurant has a fantastic menu with ingredients sourced and produced on the property for a complete estate experience.

242 Quininup Road, Yallingup - View on our Margaret River Map

Open Daily 10 am to 5 pm

www.arimia.com.au

Swings & Roundabouts Cellar Door and Taphouse

Swings & Roundabouts is arguably the hippest winery in W.A. with a great restaurant, blaring music, cosy open fires, and an expansive lawn to spend an afternoon in the Sun. The wood fired pizza and rustic Mediterranean-inspired restaurant menu matches perfectly with the excellent range of wines available to sample. And, if you're based in the township of Margaret River during your stay, then make sure you also visit the Swings & Roundabouts Taphouse. This funky restaurant and bar is the perfect place to unwind after a busy day visiting the Margaret River wineries with a spectacular range of wines available to sample on tap. Yes, you read that correctly. You can learn more about some of the benefits of keg wine here .

2807 Caves Rd, Yallingup - View on our Margaret River Map

Open Daily 10 am to 5 pm

Tap House

85 Bussell Hwy, Margaret River

Open Daily 12 pm to late

Visit the Swings & Roundabouts website

Hay Shed Hill

Located in the picturesque Willyabrup Valley, Hay Shed Hill produces single vineyard wines that express the character of this outstanding Margaret River site. There are over 25 wines available to sample, from classic Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay through to emerging alternate varieties such as Malbec and Tempranillo - all are perfectly matched to the Mediterranean tapas available in the Rustico at Hay Shed Hill restaurant. And, if you're a cheese lover then you're in luck, as Rustico have what might be the largest selection of European cheeses in the South West!

511 Harmans Mill Rd, Wilyabrup View on our Margaret River Map

Open Daily 10 am to 5 pm

Visit the Hay Shed Hill website

Howard Park

Less than five minutes drive from Margaret River's famous beaches, the Howard Park cellar is the perfect place to unwind after an early morning surf or swim. This striking modern cellar door is set on 138 hectares of native bushland, surrounded by the region's iconic marri and karri trees and spacious lawns where you are able to borrow a blanket or bocce set and enjoy a glass or bottle of wine under the West Australian sun. You'll have the unique opportunity to sample and compare wines from both Margaret River and Great Southern wine regions, with excellent wines featuring grapes sourced from Howard Park's four individual estate vineyards.

543 Miamup Rd, Cowaramup View on our Margaret River Map

Open Daily 10 am to 5 pm

Visit the Howard Park website

Killerby Wines

Nestled on the ridge of Yallingup and only 10 minutes from Dunsborough, the Killerby Wines cellar door is home to picturesque views over the Wildwood Valley on Caves Road. A visit here will allow you the chance to immerse yourself in the history of the family in the region over the past 90 years and an opportunity to taste the premium range of award winning wines. With sweeping views across the vineyards and Wildwood Valley, the Tuscan style Cellar door and terrace is the perfect setting to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy our wines on the large lawn area.

2715 Caves Rd, Wilyabrup - View on our Margaret River Map

Open Daily 10 am to 5 pm

Visit the Killerby website

Hamelin Bay Wines

Nestled on a hilltop amongst a beautiful vineyard with views over an idyllic lake, sits the Hamelin Bay winery and cellar door. Hamelin Bay's wines are estate grown and, with 11 Royal Show Trophies and medals too numerous to count, they have built a reputation for producing wines of distinction. Sample their spectacular wines accompanied by a platter of local produce, while you relax outdoors on the verandah.

McDonald Rd, Karridale - View on our Margaret River Map

Open Daily 10 am to 4:45 pm

Visit the Hamelin Bay website

Redgate Wines

Bill Ullinger, an ex-Lancaster Bomber pilot, established Redgate in 1977. As for the name Redgate, in keeping with Bill's character, there was once a property close by that had a reputation for producing very good moonshine. In recognition of the service that this farmer offered the community, Bill named his property and wines after the infamous red gate at the entry of that property. This picturesque cellar door is the perfect place to sample the exquisite (and highly awarded) Cabernet Sauvignon and oaked Chardonnay.

659 Boodjidup Rd, Margaret River - View on our Margaret River Map

Open Daily 10 am to 4:30 pm

Visit the Redgate Wines website

Credaro

Cesar Credaro's first foray into winemaking was to provide wines for the family table and those of his friends family's after arriving in Margaret River in 1922. 90 years later, Cesar's legacy of sharing excellent wines with friends and family, lives on at the charming Credaro Family Estate. With sweeping views across the vineyards and Wildwood Valley, this Tuscan style cellar door and terrace is the perfect setting to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy our wines on the large lawn area.

2715 Caves Rd, Yallingup - View on our Margaret River Map

Open Daily 10:30 am to 5 pm

Visit the Credaro website

Vasse Felix

When Dr. Tom Cullity planted the first Cabernet vines in 1967 at Vasse Felix, Margaret River arguably got its start as a premium wine region. Today, this extraordinary estate and architectural marvel of a winery is a must visit during any trip to the region. With a famed restaurant, cellar door, wine lounge and a gallery brimming with one of the nation's largest private art collections, Vasse Felix is a destination in and of itself. Make sure to book one of the behind the scenes winery tours, that operate during the week, to learn more about how premium Australian wines are crafted.

2715 Caves Rd, Yallingup - View on our Margaret River Map

Open Daily 10 am to 5 pm

Visit the Vasse Felix website

Margaret River Winery Map

Planning a trip to Margaret River? Download our interactive Margaret River winery map. To save on your browser or device, click here.

For more information on visiting Margaret River, be sure to visit the official Margaret River region website or stop by the Margaret River Information Centre in the centre of town. But, if you'd like to sample some of the wineries listed in this guide before you visit, explore our wide selection of Margaret River wines and find out more about the wineries listed here in our Meet the Makers section .

And, with the Wine Selectors Regional Release program , you'll experience a different wine region each release with all wines expertly selected by our Tasting Panel, plus you'll receive comprehensive tasting notes and fascinating insights into each region. Visit our Regular Deliveries page to find out more!

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Cycling the Clare Valley Riesling Trail
Words by Elliot Watt on 6 Nov 2017
Discover the fun of cycling the Clare Valley Riesling Trail with Wine Selectors Membership Consultant, Elliot Watt, as he shares all his tips for touring through this spectacular wine region . Exercise and wine don’t usually go together, but, when you think about it, it's actually a genius combination. You are essentially cancelling out the damage done by one with the other. Well, in theory, anyway. Now a word of warning. We’re in no way suggesting you empty a bottle of wine into your drink bottle and hit the gym. There are far more attractive and much more appropriate places to achieve this symbiotic activity. A leisurely two-hour drive north of Adelaide will see you in Australia’s epicentre for Riesling , the Clare Valley, where you’ll find the Riesling Trail. This 35-kilometre-long cycling and walking track follows the path of the old rail line that sliced through the hills before it was irreparably damaged by the 1983 Ash Wednesday Bushfires. Today, the trail takes you past some of the region’s finest Riesling producers, so get ready to sip, sweat and cycle your way through the Clare Valley.  Clare
It all begins with a visit to the Riesling Trail Bike Hire to collect your trusty steed. Kent will size you up with the perfect bike and give you the local lowdown on the trail. Once in the saddle, an easy 12-minute ride north on the trail will take you to your first destination, Knappstein Enterprises Winery and Brewery . Originally established as the Enterprises Brewery in 1878, the current winery was installed by Clare Valley icon Tim Knappstein in the late 1960s. In 2006, 89 years after the original taps went dry, the brewing of beer started up once again in this heritage building. For Riesling lovers, definitely look to the Single Vineyard range, which is a perfect expression of the diversity in Clare Riesling. However, if you prefer a beer, then the delicious Knappstein Reserve Larger will quench your thirst and replenish the tank for the next leg of the journey.  Sevenhill and Penworth
Now you need to put in some hard yards and work off that wine and/or beer. Head south, 6km from Clare, and you’ll arrive in Sevenhill where it’s time to take a detour. John Horrocks Road is off the trail and runs through some seriously beautiful countryside, which will take your mind off the fact your legs are on fire. More importantly, it leads you to one of the jewels of the Clare Valley, Mitchell Wines . Andrew and Jane Mitchell established their winery in 1975 and have created something really special, showcasing a true Australian family-owned and run winery. On arrival, Jane welcomes you like you’re one of the family and you can tell her and Andrew are proud of their wines and vineyards and so they should be. Within their quaint cellar door, they present stunning single vineyard Rieslings, as well as Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Semillon. Now, it’s awfully hard to transport wine on a bike, trust me, I ride to work at Wine Selectors and constantly attempt to juggle wines home. However, not to worry, Jane will personally deliver any purchases direct to your accommodation that very same day.  Watervale
Departing Mitchell Wines, with a few more turns of the cog, you’ll be off the detour and back on the trail. This is where things start to go downhill, literally, not figuratively, as you’re now over the incline and can give the legs a rest as you glide through the rolling hills towards Watervale. As soon as you arrive, it’s essential to restore your energy with some carb loading and there’s no better place to do so than the Watervale General Store . It’s one of those charming country icons that is part café, part grocery store, part post office. The food is simple and delicious, but heed my warning, it's not wise to consume a full pizza and then carry on the trail as if you are riding in Le Tour De France. That pizza will come back to haunt you. Leasingham
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The Best Tasmanian Wineries and Cellar Doors
Explore the best Tasmanian wineries and cellar doors with our guide and handy interactive map. You'll be in Pinot Noir and Sparkling wine heaven in no time. Spectacular views, stunning produce, and superb cool-climate wines are in abundance on the Apple Isle. Sample the refined and elegant Sparklings reminiscent of the quality of Champagne, the unrivaled fruit expression of Tasmanian Pinot Noir, and stellar cool-climate examples of Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, and Pinot G. To help plan your trip to this internationally renowned wine state, we've selected a collection of Tasmanian wineries we feel provide the best cellar door experience, plus we've included a handy interactive map down below. The Best Tasmanian Wineries and Cellar Doors Pipers Brook Pipers Brook Vineyard produces an exceptional range of cool-climate wines that embody the terroir of the Tamar Valley region. The Pipers Brook Cellar Door offers tastings of their Pipers Brook, Kreglinger & Ninth Island wines made on the estate from fruit grown on their seven vineyards. The café features a seasonal menu of locally sourced Tasmanian produce, perfect for a light lunch. For a truly unique experience, book out the two-bedroom Pipers Brook Villa and wake to stunning views overlooking the estate's vineyards each morning. Or, if you're travelling by campervan, then be sure to call ahead to secure free onsite RV parking. 1216 Pipers Brook Rd, Pipers Brook - view on our Tasmania Winery Map Open Thursday to Monday 11 am to 4 pm (Winter) Open Daily 10 am to 4 pm (Summer) Visit the Pipers Brook website Bay of Fires Surrounded by vines in every direction, the Bay of Fires cellar door is a wine lover's dream. There are three separate labels available to sample, each focused on different winemaking philosophies and styles. But one thing remains consistent, they all reflect the unique Tasmanian terroir of their surroundings. After you've sampled the sublime Bay of Fires Pinot Noir on offer, you can then sample innovative examples of Pinot Gris, Riesling and Pinot Noir from Eddystone Point wines. Then you can finish with a flight of sublime premium Sparkling wines from House of Arras, crafted by Australia's most awarded Sparkling winemaker, Ed Carr. 40 Baxters Rd, Pipers River   - view on our Tasmania Winery Map Open 11 am to 4 pm (Mon-Fri) 10 am to 4 pm (Sat-Sun) Visit the Bay of Fires website Devil's Corner The home of Devil's Corner incorporates the best that the East Coast of Tasmania has to offer. Nestled on the winding road between Swansea and Bicheno, the Devil's Corner cellar door and Lookout enjoys breathtaking view of the Hazards mountain range overlooking the Moulting Lagoon. This striking cellar door, designed by renowned Tasmanian architects, Cumulus Studio, features scattered buildings created from dark metal and textured local timbers and perfectly complements the natural and diverse environment. Make sure you take in the breathtaking views of the Freycinet Peninsula from the top of the lookout tower. Then, pop back down to earth and enjoy their award winning wine while you sit back and relax with freshly shucked oysters from Freycinet Marine Farm's on-site pop-up oyster bar, The Fishers. Or enjoy wood fired pizza and coffee from Tombolo, a local Coles Bay café and roaster. Sherbourne Rd, Apslawn  - view on our Tasmania Winery Map Open daily 10 am to 5 pm Visit the Devil's Corner website Tamar Ridge Tamar Ridge Winery is on the western bank of the picturesque Tamar River just north of Launceston. The full range of superb Tamar Ridge wines and Pirie Sparkling can be tasted at the cellar door. Plus, there is usually the odd 'hidden treasure' - wines restricted to cellar door and not generally available. After your tasting, enjoy a spectacular platter by onsite local chef's Hubert & Dan of locally sourced cheeses, charcuterie and house-cured fish, highlighting the flavourful seasonal variations of the Tamar Valley and greater Tasmania. This modern, elegant and innovative restaurant is not to be missed during your visit to Tasmania. 1A Waldhorn Dr, Rosevears   - view on our Tasmania Winery Map Open daily 10 am to 5 pm Visit the Tamar Ridge website Josef Chromy Recognized for his commitment and contribution to quality food and wine in Tasmania, Josef Chromy OAM has owned and developed some of Tasmania’s leading wineries such as Rochemcombe, Jansz and Heemskerk. Josef Chromy Wines is the culmination of his experience in Tasmania’s Tamar Valley and this shines through in the quality of the wines, food and hospitality offered at his cellar door and restaurant. Today, his charming cellar door is set inside the original 1880s homestead, surrounded by stunning manicured gardens, and idyllic views over the surrounding vineyards and lakes. Relax inside by the open log fire, or stop for lunch in the hatted Josef Chromy Restaurant for excellent locally sourced produce matched to the elegant, cool climate Sparkling, Aromatic Whites, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir on offer. 370 Relbia Rd, Relbia   - view on our Tasmania Winery Map Open daily 10 am to 5 pm Visit the Josef Chromy website Moorilla at MONA A sublime wine tasting while standing under a John Olson masterpiece? If this sounds like heaven to you, then a wine tasting at the Moorilla Cellar Door at Australia's most innovative art gallery, MONA , should be high on your list of things to do during your next visit to the Apple Isle. There is a spectacular range of over 18 wines available to taste, as well as a great range of beers from their Moo Brew label. Make sure you book ahead for the 3:30 pm guided tour of their unique gravity-assisted winery and a tasting in their barrel room (available Wednesday to Monday). 665 Main Road, Berriedale  - view on our Tasmania Winery Map Open daily 9:30 am to 5 pm Visit the Moorilla website Tasmanian Winery Map Planning a trip to Tasmania? Download our interactive Tasmanian winery map. To save on your browser or device,  click here For more information on visiting Tasmania, be sure to visit the official Wine Tasmania website . But, if you'd like to sample some of the wineries listed in this guide before you visit, explore our wide selection of Tasmanian wines and find out more about the wineries listed here in our Meet the Makers section . And, with the Wine Selectors Regional Release program , you'll experience a different wine region each Release with all wines expertly selected by our Tasting Panel, plus you'll receive comprehensive tasting notes and fascinating insights into each region. Visit our Regular Deliveries page to find out more!
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