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19. Wineries

East Peel and Wandering Wine District includes wineries and vineyards in the hinterland areas inland from Mandurah, south-east of Perth. Some of the townships in this district include: Wandering, Boddington, Quindanning, Wundowie.

 

Tanglefoot Winery - Wandering

Located in the picturesque heart of the Wandering Valley this award winning winery produces many varieties all by hand, including Tinto Cao and Vermentino. 

 

Newbliss Winery - Dwellingup

Just over 30 mins from Mandurah and situated in the heart of the beautiful jarrah forest, Dwellingup is a town enveloped by earthy and historic charm.  The Newbliss Winery reflects this magnificent environment with good service, good food and great wine. 

 

Drakesbrook Wines - Waroona

Nestled between the rolling hills of the Darling Scarp, with views across the plains to the Peel inlet in Mandurah lies the stunning Drakesbrook vineyard property.  Neighbours include Lake Naverino dam, a popular skiing and fishing location, and national parkland.  A short drive from the pretty south west town of Waroona located less than 2 hours from Perth. 

 

Hotham Ridge Winery - Wandering

You will find the Organic/Biodynamic Hotham Ridge Winery in the Hotham Valley in Western Australia, about one and half hours south east of Perth, on the Wandering-Pingelly Road. The Organic/Biodynamic vineyard and winery of Hotham Ridge was established in 1988 and the first wines were made in the early 1990's.   The grape varieties grown are, Chenin Blanc, Semillon, Riesling, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Shiraz, Tempranillo and Zinfandel.                   

 

 

 

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20 Bannister Road 

(Cnr Bannister Rd & Wuraming Ave)
Phone: 08 9883 8246
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