Vasse Felix Winery
Taste some of Western Australia’s finest wines and admire sweeping views of the surrounding Margaret River landscape at this remarkable winery.
Vasse Felix Winery is an award-winning winery home to an excellent restaurant serving modern Australian cuisine, a wine lounge and a cellar door. Stop at the estate’s gallery to view seasonal art exhibits by local and national artists. Visit many nearby coastal areas, including Gracetown’s stunning Cowaramup Bay.
Learn about the Vasse Felix winemaking process on a tour. The winery offers many tour packages, some including tasting sessions, three-course meals and walking journeys through the original vineyards.
Discover the history of Margaret River’s founding wine estate. Vasse Felix Winery was established in 1967 and has helped shape the region’s world-class wine reputation. Learn how this winery has focused on organic and sustainable viticulture in order to produce high-quality wines.
Taste all current vintage wines at the estate’s cellar door. The Margaret River wine region is known for producing some of the best cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay in the world. Vasse Felix Winery focuses on the region’s strengths, while also specialising in semillon sauvignon blanc blends and shiraz.
Drive from Vasse Felix Winery to Cowaramup Bay in less than 15 minutes to experience one of the most beautiful bay areas in the region. The bay features beaches with fine white sand and calm turquoise water. Relax on the beach or enjoy snorkelling and fishing.
Vasse Felix Winery is about 19 kilometres (11 miles) from the centre of Margaret River. Tours run on weekdays and the estate’s cellar door, art gallery, restaurant and wine lounge are open daily, excluding Good Friday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Consider visiting nearby Margaret River wineries, such as Adinfern Estate Winery and Heydon Estate. Find available accommodations in the nearby towns of Margaret River, Cowaramup Bay and Gracetown.
Stop at Vasse Felix Winery to taste award-winning wines and learn about one of Australia’s top winemaking regions.