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Manjimup Wine Region

Manjimup is a young up-and-coming region at the gateway to Western Australia’s southern forests. Around 3.5 hours drive from Perth.

Manjimup is a young up-and-coming wine region in the heart of Western Australia’s south-west. The town of Manjimup itself is known as the gateway to the southern forests.

Manjimup (GI) covers an area of 2246 km2. As at 2020, there are approximately 153 hectares of vineyards. It is Western Australia's third smallest wine region by vineyard area covered. The average crush (2017-2021) was 133 tonnes.

Top Grape Varieties

The region is best known for its Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot dominate the plantings. Cool-climate Chardonnay typically shows melon and citrus, while the Verdelho is zingy and fresh with topical fruit.

Climate & Soil

With Vivid red loams and gravelly soils, Manjimup region has a continental climate and, while inland, it's still influenced by the ocean, providing even temperatures during the grape-ripening period.

Altitude ranges from 108-345 metres, with an average growing season (Oct-Apr) rainfall of 228 mm. Growing degree days (Oct-Apr) are 1,695 with a mean January temperature of 20.4 C.

This results in ripe grapes and full-flavoured wines.

Manjimup Wine Region

Vineyards, Wineries & Cellar Doors


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Chestnut Grove Wines

South West Australia

Cabernet Merlot, Chardonnay, Dessert, Fortified, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, Shiraz, Sparkling, Verdelho.

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