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Willow Bridge
26 November 2019 | Willow Bridge

A New Maris Sol

2019 Maris Sol Preservative Free Grenache Mataro

A penchant for stepping out of the ordinary was the nucleus for our new addition, a preservative free Grenache Mataro from fruit sourced from our own estate blocks.
A style of bright fruit, fresh and vibrant, with a juicy unctuous core of blackberry, redcurrant, plum and savoury edges, no preservative has been used in the process.

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Time Posted: 26/11/2019 at 2:02 PM
Willow Bridge
9 October 2019 | Willow Bridge

Royal Adelaide Wine Show Results

Time Posted: 09/10/2019 at 1:37 PM
Willow Bridge
23 September 2019 | Willow Bridge

Geographe Wine Show Results 2019

Most Successful Geographe Producer


2018 Dragonfly Shiraz

Wine of the Show
Best Geographe Shiraz
Best Geographe Red Wine
Gold Medal

2018 Solana Tempranillo

Best WA Alternative Varietal
Best WA Tempranillo
Gold Medal

2019 Dragonfly Sauvignon Blanc Semillon

Best Geographe White Blend

2017 Dragonfly Grenache  Shiraz Mataro

Best Geographe Red Blend
Gold Medal

2018 Gravel Pit Shiraz

Gold Medal





Time Posted: 23/09/2019 at 1:39 PM
Willow Bridge
4 July 2019 | Willow Bridge

2018 Bookends Fume Sauvignon Blanc Semillon

** 2018 Bookends due for release late 2019**

Time Posted: 04/07/2019 at 11:49 PM
Willow Bridge
8 March 2019 | Willow Bridge

Harvest Tasting Feb 2019

Last month we held our first ever Harvest Tasting with visitors getting a first hand look into the vineyard, thank you to all that came along we are looking forward to hosting more events like these in the future.

Time Posted: 08/03/2019 at 10:37 AM
Kim Horton
1 February 2019 | Kim Horton

From the Winemakers, vintage 2019

From the Winemakers...

Kim Horton & Dougal Herd

Another year flies by and vintage is almost upon us again with Vintage 2019 shaping to be one of the more interesting years.
Climatically, in a nutshell, the season has been cool and dry. The five months until this point at the end of January have yielded little rain, about 70mm less than this time last year.
The cooler weather has also disrupted flowering and fruit set resulting in much smaller bunch sizes and high incidence of hen and chicken. The cooler conditions have continued into January, and January 2019 average temperature of 21.3 is two degrees Celsius lower than the 23.3 of 2016.
So what does this mean? With still much of the season to unfold, anything is still possible, however we are bracing ourselves for small crops of intensely flavoured fruit, especially in whites, and keeping our fingers crossed for an Indian Summer to ensure good ripeness of flavour and tannin in the reds. It also must be noted the distinct lack of Eucalypt blossom this season will create bird pressure and fruit netting will form the basic defence against crows and silvereyes.

Time Posted: 01/02/2019 at 12:12 PM
Willow Bridge
8 January 2019 | Willow Bridge

Halliday Wine Companion Feb-March 2019

Time Posted: 08/01/2019 at 12:00 PM