Overview

Taste multi-award winning wines presented by those who make them.

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Award winning winery and vineyard.

In December 2005, the Mathews family acquired the long-established Hopelands Vineyard located in the pristine Margaret River wine region.

During 2006 we decided to completely rework the vineyard, requiring many hours of physical labour. The vines were cut right back and retrellised resulting in a consequent reduction in yield and significant rise in wine quality.

The After Hours harvest is around 25 tonnes of fruit each year from which we make approximately 1500 cases of premium wine.

The vineyard consists of Cabernet Sauvignon (2.6 ha), Shiraz (1.6 ha), Merlot, Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay (1.1 ha each). The majority of our wine is sold through cellar door, online and into the domestic market. After Hours is looking to explore the international market in the near future.

Google Reviews

17
Jun
2019
Nathan Wilson
5.0
Damn good wines my man. Loved the 2015 Chardonay it was amazing. Hope to visit again
27
Jan
2019
Rauno Kuus
5.0
We have been down south many times and have visited lots of wineries. This time we just picked out the ones we have missed and After Hours was a pleasant surprise. The oaky Chardonnay was just a flavor bomb and its definitely one of the best in the region. Super friendly owner/winemaker.
16
Jan
2019
Glen McClelland
5.0
Enjoyed a great range of wines. Something for everyone. Really appreciated Warwick's knowledge and personal approach to a fantastic cellar door experience. Thanks again.
30
Jan
2019
Jo Coveney
5.0
The best wine in the region! Our tasting experience was excellent. Warwick is extremely passionate and knowledgable about wine. Highly recommend a visit here.
16
Jan
2019
S GILBERT
5.0
Great range of single vineyard white and red wines to suit all palates. Well priced and in terms of the quality/price ratio I doubt you will find better Margaret River region wines. Warwick the owner was very free with his knowledge of wine, and if youre interested in the whole viticulture/vintology process you should definitely make the effort to visit.