Pemberton Wine Region

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Remote, expansive forests with tall trees and great roads for wonderful drive and wine experiences. What's not to like? Around a 4 hour drive from Perth.

Pemberton region is generally known and is characterised by its expansive forrests, including towering Karri trees. The most famous of these Karri trees is called the "Gloucester Tree", which is a retired fire lookout, and can be climbed 53 metres to the lookout platform for an amazing view across forrest and farmland - if you're brave enough to do it.


The town of Pemberton itself was established as a timber-town and hosts a historic steam railway. Pemberton region's cellar doors and wines are well worth searching out. While it's one of the furthest away from Perth, except for the southern and eastern parts of the Great Southern region, it's always one of my favourites to visit.


Pemberton wine region has approximately 466 hectares of vineyards, putting it in the middle spot, at number four of Western Australia's nine wine regions.


Climate & Soil


Pemberton region has a temperate climate and a relatively high annual rainfall. Summer is warm and quite dry, while winter is cool and wet. Average growing season rainfall is 276 mm and the mean temperature is 20.3 C. Altitude ranges from 6-317 M. Soils include red loams and gravel.


Top Grape Varieties


Chardonnay is the most widely planted variety. Pinot Noir is also widely planted and used for producing both single varietals and sparkling wines, as is common for this grape. Melot also features, as single varietal or, following tradition, blended with Cabernet Sauvignon.

Pemberton Wine Region

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10 Chains Estate

South West Australia

Chardonnay, Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, Semillon, Shiraz.

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Bellarmine Wines

South West Australia

Chardonnay, Shiraz, Petit Verdot, Pinot Noir, Riesling, Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc.

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Below & Above Wines

South West Australia

Chardonnay, Merlot, Pinot Noir.

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Channybearup Vineyard

South West Australia

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