Western Australia is known as the Golden State because of its amazing wine country. There are numerous wineries across the state. However, the most frequented and frequently visited by visitors is Perth, the capital of WA. The region is known for its beautiful climate, rich culture and arts as well as its rich history and wildlife. This makes it an ideal location to make a holiday trip to Australia. The wineries are the preferred choice of the majority of visitors due to their vineyards in the middle of the state.
The majority of Western Australian Wineries can be located in the vicinity of Perth. The metropolitan area has the highest amount of beer breweries and vineyards per person in Australia. The mild climate, beautiful landscapes, plenty of sunshine, and a rich heritage make it an ideal place to visit and to try some great Western Australian wines. With more than forty wineries located in Perth alone, there is definitely something for every visitor to try. Riesling from Germany and Swan District Riesling, Australia, Blackwood Valley Vineyards, Victoria, Geographe Vineyards, South Australia, Peel Vineyards, Queensland are some of the most popular wineries.
Another way that is popular and exciting to experience Western Australian wine is to participate in the extensive wine trail that runs along the picturesque creeks, rivers lakes, streams and rivers across Western Australia. Each vineyard has its own unique history and their unique type of fruit. You’ll have the opportunity to taste some of the most sought-after wines from Western Australia’s top wineries, such as Shiraz, Pinot Noir and Merlot. These are only a few of the numerous options you can choose from during your tour guide through Western Australia.
The James Houghton Wine Trail is one of the most famous and extensive networks of wineries in Western Australia. It covers eighty vineyards. Participating vineyards offer the largest selection of premium wines and varieties to fit any kind of budget or taste. The trail is also home to numerous vineyards that have been awarded with awards. Participating vineyards offer many of the same kinds of wines that are offered in the famous wine trails across Australia.
Other wine-producing regions of Western Australia are Margaret River, Broadbeach and Boulia and Mt Gambier as well as Rosemary Hill and Schillex. There are also a few smaller growing regions in Western Australia like Oodnadatta, Ebor and Karrinyup which are where boutique wines of lower quality are made. However the quality and range of the wines produced by these smaller growing regions are less than the larger Cabernet Sauvignon producing vineyards. In general the smaller vineyards produce wines with high acidity and body, with a flavor similar to Cabernet, but with a softer flavor.
Of all of the wine regions of western Australia The district of Glass House Vineyard in Tambool is thought to be the top with more than thirteen hundred bottles of wine being produced each year. Rhysa Field, which is located close in Porepunkah is another well-known vineyard. It is known for its distinct reds like the ruby and arowana, blood Orange passion fruit, blood orange. Hillside Estate Vineyard is also home to Coolangatta Estate Vineyards, Macksherry district Vineyards, Mt Hotham Vineyard, and Coolangatta Estate Vineyards. These vineyards are famous for their lush gardens and lush soils, deep shade and varied plantings.
Margaret River is well-known for its stunning landscape, award-winning vineyards, and delicious food. A trip to the Margaret River wine region is an absolute must if you want to taste Australia’s finest. Tourists are drawn to Margaret River because of its breathtaking geography, breathtaking mountain ranges , and sparkling waves. The region has four wine districts, but you will probably find that the best tasting takes place in Mt Hotham, with the wines of Mount Hotham rated among the top in the world.
The third most popular wine region in Western Australia is Kerikeris, where the top tasting wineries in Western Australia can be found. Apart from offering some of the best tasting wines available in Western Australia, Kerikeris also lets visitors discover Australia’s unique flora fauna. Kerikeris is renowned for its bushwalking experiences, walking tracks as well as nature trails. It also has the nation’s only National Park that has a walking path, which is regarded as one of the top in the nation. If you’re seeking more adventure you can take a look at the “Skywalk”, which gives an amazing view of the highest peaks in the country and forests.