COVID-19 Update for Glenarty Road | Kerfuffle Wines
FARM FEAST | Fri - Sun 11:30am + 2pm
CELLAR DOOR | Thurs - Mon 10am to 5pm - Takeaway Only
CLOSED | Tue - Wed + Public Holidays
Glenarty dining will be back from the 29th of May with the ultimate Glenarty experience! Given the current dining restrictions the offering is limited to our FARM FEAST menu with limited seating to ensure you have a safe but ultimate Glenarty Road experience.
Seating times are 11:30am - 1:30pm and 2:00pm - 4:00pm. Unfortunately due to the capacity and dining style, we cannot cater to a kids menu. If your youngsters are keen for the full FEAST they are more than welcome. Includes a tasting or four paired wines.
Graze + Starters + Mains - $65 per person. *Includes a tasting or four wines. Full information and bookings to be made via www.glenartyroad.com.au
Glenarty Road is a boutique farm and vineyard based in Karridale, southern Margaret River. Their focus is to make world-class wine, grow fresh seasonal produce & raise grass-fed lambs. Both the Kerfuffle and Glenarty Road wines are hand crafted from Ground to Glass to ensure that what you taste are wines that are downright delicious, packed full of plush fruit and crunchy acidity.
At Glenarty Road they like to do things a little differently. They love the term agricultural, they see it as a way of thinking laterally and being responsive to what mother nature throws at them.
Their fifth generation family farm has its roots in Karridale, the most southern grape growing sub region in Margaret River. With 240 acres of fertile land, things just want to grow there. The farm is a tapestry of fresh, seasonal produce where they harvest over 250 fruit trees, numerous vegie patches, a hop garden with 17 different cultivars and graze a few thousand sheep.
Taste their single estate wines and produce in their grandfathers’ renovated timber framed shed and learn about their Ground to Glass approach.
Speak to them about their progressive tasting on foot through the vines, macadamias and hop garden where they share with you how they care for and farm their land, with two topographically opposing tasting platforms positioned throughout the farm.