Cape Naturaliste Vineyard

Western Australia | Margaret River

Our Review

Cape Naturaliste Vineyard has a long and varied history going back 150 years, when it was a coaching inn for travellers journeying between Perth and Margaret River. Later it became a dairy farm and in 1970 a mining company purchased it, intending to extract nearby mineral sands. The government stepped in and declared the area a national park, whereafter (in ’80) Craig Brent-White purchased the property. Bruce Dukes joined Craig as winemaker, initially responsible for the white wines, before red wines were added to the roster. The vineyard is planted to cabernet sauvignon, shiraz, merlot, semillon and sauvignon blanc, and is run on an organic/biodynamic basis with little or no irrigation. Exports to the UK, the US, Canada and China.

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Details

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Winemaker Bruce Dukes, Craig Brent-White, David Moss, Rick Hoile-Mills
Established 1997
Dozens 5400
Vineyards (area) 10.7 ha
Viticulturist N/A
Opening Hours 7 days 10-5
Address 1 Coley Road (off Caves Road), Yallingup, WA 6282
Telephone (08) 9755 2538
Website www.capenaturalistevineyard.com.au