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Australian Evans & Tate Wine

HISTORY

John Evans and John Tate started planting vines in Wilyabrup, in the heart of Margaret River, in 1974. They named the vineyard Redbrook, after Tate's beloved Daschund. It was in 1987 that the Evans & Tate Semillon Sauvignon Blanc (Dry White) was first released. Thirty years on, it remains one of Australia's favourite wines. The passion of our founders has endured, making Evans & Tate Australia's best selling Margaret River wine brand.

Winemaker Matthew Byrne introduces Evans & Tate and their Redbrook vineyard. (Video: Evans & Tate YouTube)

WINEMAKING PHILOSOPHY

With state-of-the-art winemaking equipment and access to high quality fruit and oak, we craft wines that people enjoy, and lead by example with the quality of wines produced in Margaret River. The winemaking team continuously strive to craft elegant wines that exhibit distinct regional characteristics coupled with intensity of flavour.

Evans & Tate's vineyard in the Margaret River region, Australia. (Photo: Evans & Tate)

HISTORY OF WINEMAKING EXCELLENCE

Since 1987 Evans & Tate has been awarded more than 50 trophies and
2,000 medals.

Some highlights over the years include the 1999 Evans & Tate Margaret River Shiraz which won Best Red Wine at the 17th Annual International Wine Challenge in London, beating 4,875 entries. It is the first time a Western Australian wine has won such a prestigious award.

In 2010 Evans & Tate won Most Successful Exhibitor at all three major Western Australian wine shows. This includes an incredible seven trophies at Qantas Wine Show alone.


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