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Vineyard 28

Vineyard 28

Take a ‘trip to Italy’ with our wine experiences.
WA pioneers of Italian grape varieties offering personal guided tasting experiences for wine enthusiasts.

A visit to the cellar door at Vineyard 28 is a little “Trip to Italy” via wine, where you will most likely be greeted by the owner Pippa, or winemaker, Mark. This Kiwi girl and the WA boy have a passionate interest in Italian grape varieties and love to share their story with guests. Indulge all your senses with an extensive range of wines, that cater to all tastes, from crisp dry whites, to rich robust reds, and some sweeter styles as well.

Arneis – Fiano – Pignoletto – Moscato – Dolcetto – Nebbiolo

Choose from a guided wine tasting, to the more comprehensive ’28’ Wine & grazing experience, or the fully immersive Taste of Italy Tour, all accompanied by great hospitality of the hosts.

Bookings preferred, but walk-ins are permitted subject to capacity.

Open: 10am to 5pm – Thursday to Monday

Conveniently located 1.5 hours south of Perth on the way to Bunbury and Margaret River, just off the Forrest Highway, approx 5km south of Preston Beach in the Geographe Wine Region.

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Accessibility Options

Building and toilet facilities are wheelchair accessible.

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Open Thur to Mon – 10am to 5pm. Bookings preferred. Walk Ins subject to capacity.

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