Chalice Bridge Estate

Western Australia | Margaret River

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The Chalice Bridge Estate brand was purchased by Moppity Vineyards in 2013, the large vineyard retained by Rob Edinger. Exports to the UK, Macau, Hong Kong and China.

About

Chalice Bridge is a dedicated and passionate family-owned and operated Margaret River single vineyard, producing wines of outstanding quality and integrity, whilst always maintaining the highest standard of dedication to our customers.

Established by the Edinger family in 1998, Chalice Bridge’s 122 hectares of vines, located in the cooler southern region of Margaret River known as Rosa Glen, make it one of the largest single planted vineyards in the region. Chalice Bridge comes from the 'Challis' bridge on the southern end of the vineyard (named after some of the original settlers of the area, the 'Challis' family) and has been altered to incorporate the 'drinking' chalice into the resulting name.

Chalice Bridge’s philosophy is to make individual wines of the highest quality with vibrant, distinctive regional characters that showcase the excellent cooler climate fruit that the southern region of Margaret River is famous for, and to continue striving to produce fine wines of the utmost quality for consumers and connoisseurs from around the world.

Due to the cooler, southern location, the harvest at Chalice Bridge can be two to three weeks later than the northern regions of Margaret River, allowing the development of greater intensity and complexity in the wines.

Chalice Bridge is a multi-award winning winery producing a range of fine wines for all occasions, from casual drinks with friends, to experienced wine connoisseurs looking for something indulgent.

Details

Rating
Winemaker Jason Brown
Established 1998
Dozens 3000
Vineyards (area) 122 ha
Opening Hours Not
Address c/- Moppity Road, Young, NSW 2594 (postal)
Telephone (08) 9319 8200
Website www.chalicebridge.com.au