Estate 807 – An Ode To The Denmark Blue Wren

signage into estate 807 on scotsdale road denmark wine region

Regular contributor, Naomi introduces us to Estate 807 in WA’s Great Southern region…


You know when you recognise a brand that you haven’t seen for a couple of years and you get that sense of nostalgia. Well, I got that at my first stop of the day at Estate 807.

Actually, I made sure to drop into the cellar door, because I absolutely LOVED their 2012 Riesling from Raising Riesling at the Perth Royal Yacht Club back in 2016.

I was pretty keen to get another taste of their Riesling and to grab a bottle or two while I was there. Continue reading

Moombaki Wines – A Denmark Hidden Gem

sign in the garden moombaki cellar door welcome at moombaki on scotsdale road in the denmark wine region

Contributor Naomi, recently visited the Moombaki cellar door in Denmark in WA’s Great Southern wine region, find out how her visit to the cellar door went…


Welcome to the Moombaki cellar door.

Make the short detour off the highway to find this hidden gem off the main Scotsdale wine road. Turn onto the driveway, and watch as the Eculyptus tower over you, guiding you to exactly where you need to be.

Your arrival point. A quaint cellar door nestled in the valley overlooking wetlands and the vineyard.

What an absolute treat! Continue reading

Harewood Estate – One For The Riesling Lovers

harwood estate signage on the way into the estate denmark wine region

Naomi has been busy drinking her way through WA’s Great Southern wine region! It’s great to have you back on the blog Naomi…


I had made the decision quite early on that while I was in Western Australia’s Great Southern wine region, as a part of Taste Great Southern, that I would try and explore as much as possible and I managed to slip in a few wineries while I was there. Continue reading

Taste Great Southern – Make A Long Weekend Of It

I have a long-standing connection to Western Australia’s Great Southern region.

As a kid, my family would pack up the car at least twice a year and drive the 4-5 hours to my Aunty and Uncles farm just East of Albany, where we would spend at least a week at a time catching Koonac’s from one of the many dams, fishing and sight-seeing.

Fast forward 15 years or so and the team at CMS Events gave me an amazing reason to reacquaint myself with this wonderful part of the world. To be honest, I don’t know why I don’t visit the region as often as I use to, but I am going to make it a goal for 2019 to make sure I visit far more regularly. Continue reading