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Cape Grace Wines
One of the great little wineries of Margaret River. Growing under the house flag of a pioneering South West Family, located a stone's throw from the stars of the Wilyabrup Valley lies Cape Grace's carefully tended vineyard from which boutique, handcrafted, basket pressed wines are made.
Cape Grace produces less than 2000 cases of wine.
In 1996 Robert and Karen Karri-Davies planted their 15-acre vineyard on the headwaters of the Willyabrup Valley. Just five years later, Cape Grace became a Trophy Winner at the 24th Annual Sheraton Wine Awards for its 2000 Cabernet Sauvignon. With their unique character, depth and style, the wines from this great little winery have continued to receive acclaim - receiving three trophies, and 165 medals and numerous glowing reviews. The selection of wine includes: A dry refreshing Chenin Blanc, a complex wood aged Chardonnay, and a delicious Cane Cut Chenin Blanc Dessert Wine . All the red wines are hand plunged and basket pressed and include Cabernet Franc, a luscious Cabernet Shiraz, an elegant medium bodied Shiraz, and our flagship Cabernet Sauvignon.
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