Monthly Archives: April, 2016

Buy Fine Wine from Margaret River Wineries: Common Buying Mistakes


With attributes such as exquisite taste and elegance, it is easy to see why people cannot get enough of wines from Margaret River wineries. It is, therefore, clear why most of them buy wine gift sets for great occasions such as engagements, anniversaries, weddings and birthdays. These gift sets come in different flavours and packaging of wines. Buying from online stores is an excellent way to get the best wine gift set for a loved one. There are, however, common mistakes that you need to avoid.

Making Informed Decisions

When buying wine gift sets from the best wineries in Margaret River, it is important to buy from a point of knowledge. You should know the person you intend to give the present to so they appreciate it. Some gift sets are ideal for women while others are ideal for men.
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Margaret River Winery Restaurants: Fine Dining and the Best Margaret River Wines


If you’re visiting Western Australia for the first time, especially the Margaret River region, sooner or later two topics come up in conversation: the great quality of the wines produced in the area, and the mouth-watering home produced foods available in Margaret River winery restaurants.

Whether hiring your own car and visiting various wineries at your leisure or joining an organised trip, the whole experience will provide memories which last a lifetime – and they’re not all about wine.

The whole area gives the impression of a laid back, casual type of lifestyle. Nowhere is it more noticeable than when you choose to enjoy breakfast, a snack or full dinner at one of the quaint cafes or restaurants situated on many of the wineries.
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Enjoy WA’s Award-Winning Wineries Through Margaret River Wine Tours

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Although the Margaret River region is the new kid on the block when it comes to wine production, it didn’t take the area long to begin making a name for itself when it comes to quality wines.

Now, the 2016 edition of the Australian Wine Companion has just been released, and 60 wineries in the Margaret River region won the highest of accolades, achieving 5-star status for their products.

Vineyards and Wine Tours around Margaret River:

Whether resident or visitor to Western Australia, if you don’t take a day out to enjoy one of the many wine tours in Margaret River’s viticulture region, you really are missing a unique experience.

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Margaret River Wineries: Western Australia’s Pride for Many Decades

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Vineyards have been part of the Australian landscape since the late 1700s when wine production began at Farm Cove, a settlement in New South Wales. With so many immigrants arriving from Europe, vineyards began to expand across the country and by the early 1900s Britain was already importing over 500,000 gallons of Australian wine annually.

The Margaret River wine area:

By the middle of the 20th century Australia had a well established wine industry, although the quality of most of it fell short compared to wines of the major European growing areas.

It was in 1967 that Dr. Tom Cullity planted the first vines in the Margaret River area. Now, Margaret River has 12,000 acres of vines, with 187 wineries that crush over 35,000 tonnes of grapes from 215 vineyards – every year.

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Four Reasons to Visit Wineries at Australia’s Famed Margaret River

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The Best Wineries in Australia

Established in the 1970s, Margaret River is home to some of the most famous wineries in Australia, producing mainly world-class cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay, and is popular with oenophiles across the world. Why not tour the best wineries in Margaret River? There are some great places to eat and stay along the route. There is no shortage of vintages to try as well as a great selection of liqueurs, ciders, fortifieds and sparkling. You can also enjoy these with excellent homemade food like scones, jams, pies, seafood and other local cuisine to truly get a taste of the famed wine region.

Amazing Coastline

Margaret River is not only the location of Australia’s best wineries; it also has a beautiful and diverse coastline. The most northerly point is Cape Naturaliste, where you can climb a historic lighthouse and enjoy spectacular views.

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Winery Restaurants: Three Local Foods That Will Complement Your Wine


Australian wine is renowned across the globe, with the Margaret River area standing proudly among the country’s major wine regions. As you can imagine, this also means that Margaret River is well-stocked with wineries and great restaurants from café lunches to fine dining. If you have come all this way to enjoy some of the finest wines you’ll ever taste straight from the source, it’s an absolute necessity that you enjoy it with some of the very best food that the region has to offer. To get the best out of your visit to a winery restaurant, here are three foods you must pair with excellent wines.

Crayfish

Lobster and crayfish are the focus of the largest fishery in Western Australia and contribute a significant amount to the state’s economy.
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Great Tips for Enjoyable Wine Tours in the Margaret River Region


Well-known for its lush lands and wineries, the south western region of Western Australia is one of the most beautfiul and picturesque landcsapes you will ever see. From world class surf to world class wines, if you have never been wine tasting before, then it’s time for you to start. You can have incredible fun enjoying the local delicacies and sampling a little bit of everything on offer. Wine tours will certainly spice up your holiday plans……..if you are a wine tasting newbie, you will need to prepare yourself. Knowing the basics will allow you to maximise your level of enjoyment and create a more memorable experience.

Be Adventurous

Wine tours are not restrictive. Just because you are not a wine enthusiast doesn’t mean that you can’t have fun at wine tasting. The whole point of trying it out is to have a new experience.
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