WA’s Top Wine Regions That Aren’t Margaret River

WA's best drops outside of Margs.
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The best places to discover your next favourite drop.

The Margaret River region is WA’s most famous spot to fill a wine glass – and rightfully so. Its wine, food and produce are some of the best in the world.

We West Aussies often forget how lucky we are when it comes to our wine, with another eight wine regions dotted across the State ready for your next exquisite tasting.

Spanning from the Swan Valley and Perth Hills to the Southern Forests and Great Southern, it’s time to experience these wine regions by the glass as we list some of the best places to discover your next favourite drop (or two!).

Hint: it’s going to be one decadent road trip!

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Perth Hills

Perth Hills wineries
Source: Millbrook Winery

We can confirm that the Perth Hills are alive with the sound of wine pours. Let your taste buds sing with the aromas of Perth’s latest up and coming wine region. The start of the Perth Hills wine region is just 30 minutes’ drive from the CBD, located in the Darling Range.

Not only are the Perth Hills home to some of the most dramatic inland scenery in the city, but it’s home to over 20 vineyards sprawling across Bickley Valley, Chittering Valley, Jarrahdale and the Heart of the Hills.

There are a variety of boutique stores, cellar doors and restaurants scattered across the region worthy of a day trip visit.

Wine & Dine

MyattsField Vineyard and Hainault Vineyard are two of the most well-known in the region, producers of award-winning wines and both located in the picturesque Bickley Valley.

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If the hunger pains are kicking in, head to Millbrook Winery for a gastronomic fare. The estate’s modern-Australian cuisine is sourced from its onsite garden and features locally sourced meat and fish.

Are we even in Perth anymore? La Fattoria can transport you further afield. The family-run trattoria takes inspiration from the owners’ Sicilian and British heritage to produce unique Italian wines and food. The restaurants’ famed ‘Nonna’s Family Table’ experience is a must-do when visiting.

To see the list of vineyards in the region, head to Perth Hills Wine Region.

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