The Harmans Wine District includes wineries located along Harmans South and Harmans Mill Roads,
West of the Bussell Highway and Metricup. It includes wineries and vineyards in the vicinity of
Harmans, Metricup and Cowaramup. As well as wineries the District is home to Cowaramup Brewing
Company, which is a microbrewery that is family owned and was opened in December 2006.
There are four beers available on tap with more seasonal and specialty brews planned.
A total of nine varieties of hops are grown on site and these are used to produce the boutique
local beers. The brewery is open from 10am to 6pm daily and delightful food complementing the
beer styles is available in the restaurant. The venue is family orientated with a bouncy
castle and playground for the kids.
The Margaret River Wine Region includes nineteen districts: Dunsburough ; Busselton ; Yallingup West ; Yallingup East ; Abbeys ; Metricup West ; Wilyabrup ; Caves Road West ; Carbunup River ; Metricup East ; Harmans ; Cowaramup West ; Ellensbrook ; Cowaramup East ; Central East ; Central West ; Forest Grove ; Karridale; Augusta
Arlewood Estate, WA Harman`s South Road, Willyabrup, Margaret River WA 6284
Arlewood Estate is a 90-hectare property situated in the Willyabrup Valley in the heart of the Margaret River wine region. The Heydon and Gosatti families, in partnership, established a small vineyard in Cowaramup in 1995, and subsequently acquired Arlewood Estate in October 1999. George Heydon is a Perth dentist whose passion for wine has led him to Arlewood, and the study of viticulture and oeno...
Ashbrook Estate, WA Harmans South Road, Willyabrup via Cowaramup, WA 6284; PO Box 263, WEST PERTH WA
Ashbrook Estate is the very essence of a Margaret River winery, owned and managed by the Devitt family since 1975. The choice of the property was based on the presence of deep red brown loamy soils covering gently undulating terrain dissected by streams. The natural vegetation of large Eucalyptus trees suggested well-drained soils, eminently suitable to premium wine grape production. The first vin...
Hay Shed Hill, WA Harmans Mill Road, Willyabrup WA 6285
A striking winery complex, stunning packaging and fine wines are the basis for Hay Shed Hill created by Liz and Barry Morrison. Located within the dress circle of Margaret River the award winning Hay Shed Hill Winery benefits from long established vines planted in 1973 and the well known and regarded brands Hay Shed Hill and Pitchfork. Following eleven years hard work, Barrington Wine Co. took ove...
Howling Wolves Wines, WA 5 Harmans Mill Road, Willyabrup, Margaret River, WA 6280
For the past 20 years viticulture and winemaking have worked in fine synergy to achieve the very best expression of the premium Margaret River fruit. Howling Wolves wines have been exclusively vintnered in Willyabrup, close to many of the premium Howling Wolves vineyards. The winery employs world leading, state-of-the-art technology alongside time-honoured and traditional winemaking skills.
Thompson Estate, WA Harmans South Road, Wilyabrup WA 6284
Jane and Peter Thompson purchased the Thompson Estate property in 1994, and the first plantings of chardonnay and pinot were in 1997, followed by the cabernet plantings in 1998. New plantings include new Burgundian clones of chardonnay, a total of 20 hectares under vine. From the outset at Thompson Estate, the focus has been on high quality wine production and this has been recognized in a large number of wine show medals and accolades from the wine press. The most treasured has been the recognition by James Halliday, Australia’s premier wine critic, that Thompson Estate is a Five Red Star winery, placing it in the top echelon of Australian wineries.
Willespie, WA Harman`s Mill Rd, Willyabrup, WA
Willespie was established in 1976 by Kevin and Marion Squance. The area selected for this vineyard lies on the gravelly loam slopes in the Willyabrup section of the Margaret river region. The vineyard is sheltered by natural Jarrah and Marri forests and being just eight kilometres from the ocean it benefits from the moderating influence of sea breezes and minimum temperature fluctuations. The majo...