Hainault Vineyard was established in Bickley in 1978 and is the highest altitude vineyard in Western Australia. Lyn and Michael Sykes purchased the vineyard in 2002 and have continued to produce a range of premium quality wines to be proud of.
All of their vines are hand pruned and the fruit is hand harvested, enabling them to select only the best fruit for their wines. Along with their well-known Sparkling Pinot Noir, they grow Gewurztraminer, an aromatic German grape, from which they make a semi sweet wine that they call Forest Fruits .... Read more
Just a short 30 minute drive from Perth's CBD, the Darling Range makes for the perfect escape to enjoy spectacular scenery, whilst treating yourself to a variety of locally produced boutique wines.
If you are looking for things to see and do in Perth then the Perth Hills Wine Region holds the answers. Boutique vineyards scatter the region with an abundance of outstanding wines on offer. Stand out varieties include Shiraz and Viognier, with the more unusual Tempranillo, Mourvedre, Zinfandal and Durif leaving visitors wanting more.
The Perth Hills is uniquely characterised by charming cellar doors owned and operated by local families with many young and progressive winemakers who are passionate to create vibrant award winning wines.
Scattered throughout the Region are delectable restaurants providing delicious menu options ranging from appetising platters through to a la carte dining.
One day isn't enough; make a weekend of it by staying at one of the many beautiful bed and breakfasts.
"Welcome to the beautiful Perth Hills. From Chittering Valley to the north, to Jarrahdale in the south, the Perth Hills wine region offers such a wonderfully diverse array of grape growing opportunities. With the vast majority of vineyards, family-owned and operated, there is passion for lifestyle and truly boutique wines. The region is host to Western Australia’s first plantings of some alternative grape varieties, as well as host to industry leading environmental initiatives.
I invite you to come and discover our wonderful region...you’ll be glad you did."