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Maybe you like just red wine, or white or sparkling (or a bit of everything)? Do you want to focus on small family-owned boutique wineries or the larger premier cellar doors of the area? Or perhaps you want to add a cheeky beer at one of the many breweries or indulge in a G&T in the local distilleries…whatever your preferences are, Mr Mustang Hire will customise a special tour for YOU!
Every tour is different.
Why Bold, Blue and Bespoke?
BOLD – the brains behind Australia’s South West Premium Chauffeured Mustang Service, Karen and Vince Civello, are one hell of a top-notch team. Karen is the brand ambassador and social media marketing manager/guru of Mr Mustang Hire – and a top Mustang Driver. Vince is the boss man and the most charming driver/chauffeur/photographer extraordinaire you’ll ever meet!
BLUE – Cruise the Margaret River Wine Region in undoubtedly the coolest fleet of not just one but THREE BLUE Mustangs in the South West – two classic – a 1965 Mustang Coupe (Sally) and a 1967 Mustang Convertible (Shelby) or an ultra modern 2017 GT 5.0 Mustang Convertible (Sal). These beautiful cars ooze sheer luxury and style.
BESPOKE – tours are about YOU and what YOU want to see and do in the magnificent wine region. No two tours are the same.
Mr Mustang Hire don’t just simply open the beautiful Mustang doors for you (at every single stop) BUT Karen and Vince will open doors for you into the world of wineries. It’s not just tastings on offer – you’ll get to go behind the scenes, meet the winemaker, chat with the families and have a UNIQUE experience, that is second to none.
As a Perth writer for Travelling Corkscrew, I was invited to experience all of this FIRST-HAND. I will give you the heads up, my husband, Ralph and I, have been fortunate to say this is the second time we have had the privilege of touring with Mr Mustang Hire. Our first Mr Mustang Hire trip, was of the Geographe Wine Region and it took us some time to come down from such a thrill of a ride in “Mustang Sally” – the 1965 Mustang Coupe – and the very first of their fleet of cars. If you’ve not read my previous Mr Mustang Hire blog for Travelling Corkscrew, you can read it by clicking here.
So, when we were invited again to experience a tour of the Margaret River Region – where Karen and Vince are now so conveniently located – to say we were excited, was an understatement!
This time, Karen was planning a Mystery Mustang Tour!
I love surprises, but as a writer I wanted to do my research on the wineries we were planning to visit – and more importantly, get my tastebuds going!
Lots of research had gone into the meticulous planning of the Mystery Tour – Karen’s aim was to take us to small, family wineries – and ones that Ralph and I hadn’t been to before. Karen admitted that this took a little bit of investigation! This made the day incredibly special.
We have to give Karen top score for that – we visited 4 wineries in the Cowaramup area of the Margaret River region that we hadn’t visited before. I think Karen was pretty happy with a 4 out of 4!
On this wine tour, we were cruising in the 2017 GT 5.0 Mustang Convertible, nicknamed Sal. Such a striking blue and a beaut of a car – that certainly got heads turning on the road! It has that WOW factor – and you feel pretty special when you’re in it and striking a pose beside it!
This legendary modern-day Ford Mustang muscle car is ultra slick inside with a gorgeous black leather interior.
Sal is a two door, four seat – extremely comfortable – convertible. Fitted with an electric roof – which means the roof can be raised (closed) in preparation of all weather conditions.
Ralph and I were ready to sit back and experience the wind in our hair (…well, my hair!). So, with the deep roar of the exhaust from the massive V8 engine, we were ready for our epic day and Karen was ready to hit the road!
The only hint we had for the tour was, we were focussing on small, boutique, family wineries. We were going behind the scenes and meeting the winemakers, the families, the people who give their heart and soul to the wine industry.
“The plan is to give you and Ralph a truly personal experience and to showcase small, family and boutique vineyards in the Cowaramup area – and it’s not just about tastings, it’s about the whole experience.”
First stop, was Cape Grace – and it’s not often you’re greeted by the winemaker, but Conrad Tritt was ready and waiting for us at the door.
Described as: “One of the Great Little Wineries.”
Cape Grace was planted in 1996 by Robert & Karen Karri-Davies whose family have been part of the Margaret River region since 1875.
Known for their handcrafted, single vineyard wines, which are generous with the flavour and characters of the unique Wilyabrup sub-region.
The vineyard is managed under organic principals and traditional wine making is used, as well as the recent introduction of the not so conventional, thanks to Conrad.
Our private tasting, organised with Mr Mustang Hire, was in the barrel room – amongst new and old oak barrels. Ralph and I were privileged to enjoy samples of current vintages as well as reserves but also exclusive barrel tasting of new Beaujolais style shiraz – one to keep an eye out for – it was divine!
Beaujolais is a French Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) wine generally made of the Gamay grape, which has a thin skin and is low in tannins.
There’s something incredibly exciting about being in the barrel room of a winery – the oak and wine aromas, it’s the epicentre of where it all happens. We also spotted an interesting piece of artwork on the wall – an arrangement of wine secateurs…and then a skeleton of a sharks jaw and teeth among them all!
Cape Grace Wine Highlights:
Cape Grace Pet Nat 2021 – This is Conrad’s first vintage of this preservative free Pet Nat. Pét-nat is an abbreviation for “pétillant naturel”—a French term that roughly translates to “naturally sparkling.” This is an exciting first for Conrad – who considers himself, somewhat of a “conventionalist” winemaker.
It’s a drink-now style wine and only 3 barrels have been made – that’s only 900 bottles. And believe me, this will not last long!
Made from Chenin Blanc grapes it oozes fresh apple with nutty notes and vanilla from the barrel ferment. It’s incredibly lively on the palate, super fresh and drinkable. It has a lovely dry finish with crisp acidity.
It has a funky arty label – which matches the style of wine – and is also quite unique to Cape Grace’s ‘traditional’ labels, of the Great Egret, a frequent visitor to the cellar door in its tranquil bush setting.
Cape Grace 2020 Chenin Blanc – Conrad poured us our taste of this delicious wine and then we ventured into the vineyard. It was pretty special walking into the vineyard with a glass of wine, with the winemaker, just indulging in the scenery.
The 2020 Chenin Blanc is bursting with tropical fruit and really packs the punch with a truly full-bodied, textural palate.
It’s a real food wine and would be perfect with spicy food. Conrad told us, it’s on the wine list at Perth’s Thai street food restaurant Long Chim. Having been there a few times and tried the spiciest dish on the menu, the CHIANG MAI LARB OF CHICKEN (and boy, is that a HOT dish!) – I can see how fantastic the Chenin would be, to cut through the spice and give some relief!!!
$20 a bottle
Cape Grace 2019 Chardonnay – the first thing that hits you with this amazing chardonnay, is the smokiness that comes from the glass. In fact, the smoky aromas jump out of the glass. Think roasted nuts, then think stone fruit, all with such a deep intensity. This wild ferment Chardonnay is an excellent food wine, it’s exotic and rich and lends itself to a beautiful roast chicken (which at the time of writing this, I have a stuffed Greek chicken with cayenne, oregano and orzo, in the oven…time to grab the wine!).
$38 a bottle
Cape Grace 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon – WOW! The first thing you notice about this amazing red, is how dense and dark it is in the glass. This basket-pressed Cabernet Sauvignon is pure elegance. It’s like drinking the retro 70s dessert, Black Forest Gateaux. Pure blackcurrant, rich cherry and heady plum perfume, with a little hint of freshly chopped mint, A classic wine made in a truly classic style.
$55 a bottle
Cape Grace 2021 Cab Mac – so, this wine is a bit different. We taste this hand harvested Beaujolais style Shiraz straight from the barrel. It’s a light-bodied wine with high acidity, low tannins and incredibly approachable.
Carbonic maceration (Cab Mac) is a winemaking technique that’s applied primarily to light-to medium bodied red wines to make them fruitier and to soften their tannins, Conrad explained.
Here at Cape Grace, Conrad used 800 kilos of Shiraz grapes and saturated them in carbon dioxide. They are then sealed in a tight fermentation vessel. After two weeks of no oxygen, every shiraz berry ferments from the inside out, which results in an amazing cherry/kirsch like powerful aroma – that when swirled around in a glass – hits you like you’ve been hit in the face with a cherry pie.
This wine has not hit the shelves (at the time of writing this) – but be warned, this is a brilliant wine. Conrad isn’t making many bottles, so one they’re gone…they’re gone (until the next vintage). Along with its new kid on the block side kick, Pet Nat – these are the wines to watch out for!
“Our aim is to have fun making interesting styles of wine, throw a dinner party here and there and get involved with other people pushing the realms of food and wine without taking ourselves too seriously.”
These guys are really producing and delivering some interesting wines. They are pushing the boundaries of conservative winemaking aside and creating some cracking varieties, that test the palate and make the approach to drinking wine incredibly exciting.
Following a minimal intervention approach to winemaking, LS Merchants really believe that less is more. They have a “hands off approach, letting the juice do its thing”.
The best thing now is, they have a cellar door! A lot of wine lovers were seriously hanging out for this. I’ve bought wines from LS Merchants at wine festivals and bottle shops, but to experience their cellar door is fantastic.
It’s a unique space which is a showcase of their wine style and personality. It’s a funky, rustic tin shed, with long tables, high stools and fabulous views of the vineyard. Food trucks are their thing at the weekend as well as BYO picnics.
We get an excited welcome by Flash – who was more excited about playing frisbee than wine tasting! Who doesn’t love a winery dog?
We’re introduced to Declan, he’s a larger than life character at the cellar door. He can tell you all sorts of stories – and we immediately bonded with our UK connections – but this bloke, LOVES his wine and his job. He is passionate and his thirst for wines is pretty contagious.
He strips wine tasting talk right back to basics. In fact, on the cellar door wine tasting menu is a page: “Glossary of Wine Words, also known as sh*t winemakers say”.
Here’s some examples:
“Battonage” – A fancy French word for stirring the lees in the barrel or tank, adding texture and creaminess.
“Marc” – Not the fancy Spanish Mark but the dried out grape skins post pressing.
“Foot stomped” – Yep, we wash our feet and jump in a squish the grapes.
It’s a great read – but as well as being fun, it really is stripping wine talk right back to the basics.
Declan is a passionate and great host, we loved his fun and interesting explanations about the wines, and in particular, food pairings. I’m a big foodie, so love talking food and, even better when it’s food and wine matching.
Winemaker Dylan Arvidson, also jumped off his tractor to join us at the cellar door, so once again, we get the full behind the scenes experience, thanks to Mr Mustang Hire.
LS Merchants Wine highlights:
LS Merchants 2021 Pinot Gris – You get a massive pear and peach hit with this lovely textural wine. There’s so much intense fruit on the nose, which follows though on the palate with great complexity and great length.
“There’s absolutely no chemicals in this wine,” as Declan explained: “The acid level was high due to the early picking.”
The grapes are from the Frankland River, which is renowned for its cold nights and cool climate – and is one of Western Australia’s “best kept secrets in the Great Southern region,” according to Australian wine writer, critic and top wine judge, James Halliday. Frankland River is known for growing a diverse range of grape varieties, and Pinot Gris is fast becoming a popular variety.
$30 a bottle
LS Merchants 2021 Hoi Polloi – Who said orange wine has to be fancy? This is a wine for the masses – the translation of Hoi Polloi, is ‘the common people’
I hold my hands up, I’m not the biggest fan of orange wine. Some of the ones I have tried have simply not been to my taste. In some respects, I feel like I’m lagging behind this new trend – because lets face it, orange wines have built an impressive cult-following in recent years.
But if you’ve not had orange wine before, or are a little over-phased by it, then this 2021 Holi Polloi is a fantastic start. It’s a new addition to the LSM family and is skin fermented Sauvignon Blanc, Gewürztraminer and Pinot Gris.
It has a gorgeous tangerine hue in the bottle, and held up to the light, looks like a lovely glistening sunset.
It’s got all the characters of blood orange, rosewater and ginger spice. Declan explained that this wine is fantastic with hummus, Greek-style kebabs and a Moroccan tagine. Being a foodie, this is the kind of food I love, so this wine was certainly coming home with us!
$30 a bottle
LS Merchants 2020 Malbec – Dark berries, rich forest fruit and a little smokiness really jumps out of the glass when you swirl this deliciously dark red.
We loved the description Declan used for this wine, he said: “Blueberries on French toast.” Which is spot on.
The vines for this Malbec come from the Celestial Bay vineyard (in the heart of Wilyabrup) – where LS Merchants were first based, before opening their funky cellar door.
Winemaker Dylan explains that the vineyard there is hard, rocky soil, which gives this Malbec a unique character.
This wine will age gracefully over the next 15 years – although I really don’t think we’ll be leaving it that long!
$45 a bottle
LS Merchants 2020 Wholebunch Mataro – Described as a “pretty special wine” – and there’s absolutely no doubt about that. This wine is put into 400L barrels, then hand rotated every 12 hours and left to ferment for 30 days with wild yeast – where the grapes ‘pop’.
It’s bright, it’s juicy with hints of white pepper and tobacco.
This Malbec is only made in tiny amounts – so once it’s gone, it’s gone!
$45 a bottle
Heading back to the convertible Mustang, to our next mystery stop…but who can resist some photographs in the amazingly good-looking car!
Karen will give her guests every opportunity for a photo stop, and why not? The striking blue colour looks fantastic and you’ve just got to strike a pose!
With the convertible roof down, the sun on our faces and wind blowing our hair, we were off to our next small family-run winery, Churchview.
I tell you what, there is nothing more fun than being chauffeured to a winery in style! The Mustang’s convertible roof was down – and my hair was blowing everywhere but it certainly clears the wine tasting cobwebs away! It’s exhilarating!
Karen says, she’s actually planning on providing Mr Mustang Hire branded headscarves for rides in the convertible cars. How cool is that? That’s proper Thelma and Louise style (without the cliff top ending!).
From a rustic, funky cellar door to an old style winery – and I hope Churchview will not be offended by me saying, Little House on the Prairie style. For those who remember, Little House on the Prairie, was an American historical drama TV series back in the 70s. The family lived in the cutest little farmhouse, the Churchview’s cellar door really reminded me of this.
Stepping onto the old verandah, you can see heritage listed St Johns Anglican Church, hence the winery’s name.
When entering the tasting room, it’s like stepping back in time. It oozes character and charm with its wooden floors, ceiling roses, vintage light shades and wooden shelves – full of wine!
Theresa gives us the warmest of welcomes and guides us to our table for wine tasting in the heart of the homely cellar door.
Churchview pride themselves on cultivating, crafting and cherishing the land, the grapes and the wine.
“Our philosophy behind the cultivation of our vines is simple, treating the environment with respect and maintaining healthy soils and vines with organic principles will ensure pure, quality fruit.”
We’re told this is a small, family, boutique winery….with 16 different grape varieties! That means a lot of work!
The vineyard is certified organic and has five different ranges:
- The Bartondale – luxury wines crafted with the best fruit from the best vintages
- St Johns Limited Release – rare, unique and well crafted wines made with less common varieties
- Estate Range – premium wines made from the varieties Margaret River is world famous for
- Silverleaf – lifestyle wines, fruit driven, light, fresh value wines
- And their new range Soli – which embodies the organic principals and practices that Churchview have stood by for the past 20 years
What an extensive and exciting wine tasting list. You could sit here all day!
Upon reading the wine list, certain wines immediately jump out: 2019 Wild Fermented Marsanne, 2020 Zinfandel, 2018 Cabernet Malbec Petit Verdot Merlot and the Soli range is a great concept, which Theresa tells us, is in such high demand.
Whilst wine tasting, we are presented with a beautiful platter for our lunch.
Platters or a Ploughman’s Lunch are $25 per person and available Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday – bookings essential.
BYO picnics are also welcome, as well as an experience called Picnic in the Vines, which includes a fully stocked picnic basket, a bottle of wine, serves two people for $75. Picnic season runs from October until end of April, weather permitting.
Our platter is enormous and bursting with so much local produce: cheese from the Margaret River Dairy Company, meats from the Smokehouse, crackers from Margaret River Cracker Company and one of the best chutneys from Hippo Lake.
Theresa explains that it’s all about supporting local businesses and allowing them to also showcase their produce. It’s delicious – and a perfect match with our wines.
Ralph and I have often driven past Churchview on our numerous visits to Margaret River, but admit, we have never called in. So, we were really happy to tick another winery off our list – and this is one we’ll certainly be heading back to.
Another huge tick for Mr Mustang Hire, so far it’s 3 out of 3 of wineries we haven’t visited before!
Churchview Wine highlights:
2019 St Johns Wild Fermented Marsanne – I love a good Marsanne. It’s a rich and complex grape variety with some real nuttiness and spice.
This one has gorgeous floral aromas leaping from the glass with dense pear and apple notes.
It oozes elegance with its many layers of flavours from floral jasmine, musk and apricot to a hint of spice. It has an amazing texture on the palate.
The Marsanne grapes, which according to Churchview, are the only producers in the region to make a straight Marianne, are wild fermented in the tank, mature on lees for 5 months before bottling – and then there is no fining or filtration.
$25 a bottle
2018 St Johns Wild Fermented Viognier – Like Marsanne, I love a good Viognier. There is something about the heady and spiciness of this variety with plenty of oomph!
The colour in the glass is of pale straw with bright sunshiny hues. It certainly has a distinct apple aroma and a ginger spice. On the palate, its rich and sumptuous with a real oiliness – it’s super rich and silky smooth.
This wine is a perfect match with our cheeses on the platter. Yum!
$30 a bottle
2020 Soli Sauvignon Blanc Semillon
Typical of Sauvignon Blanc wine, the grassy aroma is intense. In fact, as the tasting notes say, its bouquet is ‘pungent’. Think passionfruit and then the citrus hit of lemon and lime. I love the crisp acidity and lingering aftertaste.
Soli is a new range of four organic wines: Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, Chardonnay. Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon.
The meaning of Soli is “You are what you drink”
“Drink in the Margaret River sun (solis), the fresh Indian Ocean air (caeli), our rich, clean soil (soli) and the nutrient-dense organic fruit (fructose) it produces. Then, drink to the next vintage, which will leave our land even healthier.”
The labels of this new range is pretty striking and the design depicts the life cycle, the ferment, the moon/sun, the vines, the water/rain and the Indian Ocean.
It’s such a thoughtful and elegant range of organic wines – that the family are super proud of – and why not?
All of the Soli range is priced at $28 a bottle
2017 St Johns Cabernet Malbec Petit Verdot Merlot – What a blend! This is a classic Bordeaux style wine with great complexity. It got a whopping 96 points from wine critic Ray Jordan.
In the glass it’s a dark, ruby red – almost ‘blood’ like. Upon taste, black cherries, dark fruits like plum, blackcurrant instantly pop out, then you get that deliciously smoky oak backed up with leathery tannins. It’s the wow factor.
$35 a bottle
2020 St Johns Zinfandel – Big and bold would describe this wine! The powerful mix of dark fruits fills the mouth immediately – it explodes your tastebuds and sends them into a mild panic, thinking what is this intensity? It’s incredibly robust.
It’s long, sensuous finish is almost magical.
It gets me thinking of slow cooked brisket or a delicious roast beef for a lazy Sunday lunch – and a long nap afterwards.
$45 a bottle
Victory Point Wines
Our last stop of the day was Victory Point Wines. Hands up again, this is also one of the signs we have seen whilst en route to Margaret River, but ashamedly not visited. Well, this time we’re visiting in style!
Thankfully the weather had been kind to us on the day of our tour and we could have the whole experience of Karen’s convertible – it certainly added to the thrill of the ride.
Sarah is our host at Victory Point and she is great fun, passionate and full of life.
Victory Point has stunning views – if you’ve never been here before then you’re missing out on what is a magnificent vista of two huge slopes of the valley, divided by a permanent creek line. I’m sure Sarah never tires of that view while she’s working.
The name Victory Point comes from the almost forgotten site at the end of the winery’s road. Local historians say, the site is either because of the famous victories that happened on the cricket pitch that is still there, or more likely because the area was used to train the local lads prior to their departure for WWII.
The vineyard is non-irrigated, so that the deep vine roots are forced to go deeper to find water and pass through a complex array of mineral and vegetative matter resulting in complex and rich wines.
This is another small family business, the Berson family, whose ultimate focus is to produce the best quality wine that the region is internationally renowned for: Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay.
We were lucky enough to try a 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon, which Sarah had kindly decanted prior to our arrival, a really thoughtful touch and a pure delight to drink. So much so, that we savoured the rest of the bottle at home.
Victory Point Wine highlights
With just 6 wine varieties here, the ethos is, as Sarah explains,:
“We make only six wines but we make six wines well.”
We missed out on the 2019 Pinot Noir, it’s all sold out – and always sells pretty quickly! ($55 a bottle).
We were given such gorgeous big glasses for our tasting, allowing us to really swirl our wine around, take in the aromas – it really added to our cellar door experience at Victory Point.
Victory Point 2021 Rose
This is a rose with intention. It’s not a light style, let’s say Provence, which is clearly defined as pale pink, dry, easy drinking, crisp acidity wine. This rose is a food wine, it’s not a quaffer.
It’s a blend of Malbec, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Franc with a deep salmon colour, which is pretty thirst-quenching!
On the nose it certainly packs the punch with strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, white mulberry – it’s berry-tastic. But you also get watermelon, red cherry, fresh spearmint and even orange blossom. Boy, is it complex.
The taste is just an explosion of all those mentioned above with a real minerally, crisp, almost tart acidity.
Yes, this is a great food wine – I’m thinking lovely rare lamb chops with a Greek salad with feta cheese and mint or a spicy crab linguini.
$28 a bottle
Victory Point 2018 Chardonnay – This is a beautiful bold Chardonnay, rich from its 10 months in French oak. It oozes toasted brioche and smoky vanilla – derived from this rich oak – but has the great freshness of peach, pear and apple on the nose and palate. It has an amazing texture and a long, lengthy, never ending finish. A truly elegant wine.
$55 a bottle
Victory Point 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon – This is a brilliant classic Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon with no surprises. It has wonderful tantalising aromas of violets, blackcurrants/cassis, plum, cherry and mulberry and crushed mediterranean herbs.
It is super smooth. It’s rich and it has a long, satisfying finish.
This wine will cellar for up to 10 years – if you can leave it or lose it for that long. It’s drinking beautifully right now but is tempting to leave a bottle or two, to see how it changes.
$55 a bottle
Victory Point 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon – Sarah had decanted a bottle of this prior to us arriving at the cellar door and we had a cheeky tasting of this – and then were privileged to take the rest of the bottle home. Once back home, we once again decanted the wine and also put it through the aerator and let it sit while we cooked dinner.
Sadly, our Mystery Mustang Tour had to come to an end…
We had a fabulous day, visiting 4 wineries that we haven’t been to before. And rather than rushing from one winery to the next, we stayed 90 minutes in each venue. It was relaxing, interesting and fun.
Luckily, our 2017 GT 5.0 V8 Ford Mustang Convertible had a big enough boot to store our wine!
Whenever we visit Margaret River, Ralph and I always head to the Margaret River Venison Farm – an we always cook a venison Spaghetti Bolognese. The 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon was the perfect match with this slow cooked rich meat dish. The wine’s concentrated fruit and dense fragrance of black olive, tobacco leaf and lush blackcurrant and cassis, was quite simply divine.
Our dinner was perfect. The wine was perfect. It gave us chance to reflect on our wine tour and what was a truly fantastic day, that if we could do it again tomorrow, we’d be there in a flash.
The highlight, other than being invited once again by Mr Mustang Hire (who we are so grateful for the opportunity), was the sheer attention to detail that this pair SERIOUSLY deliver.
This was a bespoke tour built around small boutique wineries – with a unique “behind-the scenes” experience. We met the winemaker, the families, the real people who matter in the wine industry – thanks to Mr Mustang Hire’s meticulous planning.
Karen and Vince work incredibly hard “behind-the-scenes” to make this happen – not just for Ralph and myself – but for EVERY client. They connect with local businesses, support each other and are passionate about their services. They know the back stories, they plan where to go, they see every photo opportunity and more importantly, they go out of their way for their clients.
I also want to point out, the meticulously cleaning of the cars – the dedicated washing after each and every trip, and in light of the Covid 19 pandemic, the utter diligence of sanitising all three Mustangs.
There’s ample bottles of water onboard to keep hydrated, mints to freshen wine breath and they open doors – Karen said every single time I got of the passenger seat “Mind your head”. These things may seem small mentions but they are part of the bigger picture. They are a premium chauffeur service and they are professional to every last detail.
So, if you want a bespoke wine tour tailored to your needs, or a private transfer to lunch at one of Margaret River’s many wineries or breweries – or maybe you’re on a dinner date or celebrating a birthday or a wedding, then these guys are first class.
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