See How Beautiful Margaret River Wine Region Is

Author: Đặng Lê Phương Linh | Date: 2020-04-07

Margaret River is one of Australia’s, and indeed the world’s, elite wine-growing regions.

Margaret River wine region map.

A vineyard in Margaret River wine region.

Situated alongside the Indian Ocean, a three-hour drive south of Perth, the region is famed for some of Australia’s best Chardonnay, Semillon Sauvignon Blanc blends, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz. The unique natural characteristics of Margaret River help us make wines of power and elegance.

Margaret River is also where the Indian Ocean kisses the coast.

Another vineyard at Margaret River.

The region boasts optimal conditions for vineyards. Proximity to the ocean, soil consistency and perfect seasonal temperatures all contribute to the overall excellence of Margaret River wines.

Although the region produces just three percent of total Australian grape production, it produces over 20 percent of Australia's premium wine market. The principal grape varieties are fairly evenly split between red and white. Most widely harvested varieties by average tonnes crushed per year are:

- Cabernet Sauvignon: 6,460 (tonnes)

- Shiraz: 4,244

- Merlot: 2,610

- Sauvignon Blanc: 7,449

- Semillon: 6,404

- Chardonnay: 5,569


Altitude: 90m (295 feet)

Mean January Temperature: 20.2 degrees C

Lowest Mean Annual Temperature: 7.6 degrees C

Harvest End: February – late April

Soil Type: Gravel, like sandy loam, formed directly from underlying granite and gneissic rock

Weather conditions: Maritime climate with northerly, southerly and central weather patterns from the three locations facing the Bay.


RADA Vietnam currently distributes 7 Evans & Tate wines from Margaret River:

Evans & Tate's vineyard at Margaret River.

1. Classic Semillon Sauvignon Blanc

2. Classic Shiraz

3. Classic Cabernet Merlot

4. Redbrook Estate Chardonnay

5. 2012 Redbrook Shiraz

6. Redbrook Estate Cabernet Merlot

7. 2012 Redbrook Cabernet Sauvignon (very few left)

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