• Wineries

Windows Estate

10am to 5pm daily. Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday.
4 Quininup Rd, Yallingup WA 6282
  • Children's Menu
  • Gluten Free
  • Local Produce
  • Outdoor seating (beer garden, alfresco)
  • Picnic Hampers
  • Rainwater Harvesting - Fully
  • Takeaway
  • Vegan options
  • vegetarian
  • Group Bookings
  • Cellar Sales
    Cellar Sales
    Brewery & Winery that offers Cellar Sales.
  • Child Friendly
    Child Friendly
  • Dog Friendly
    Dog Friendly
  • Fireplace
  • Grazing Platters & Hampers
    Grazing Platters & Hampers
  • Indoor Play Area
    Indoor Play Area
  • Outdoor Playground
    Outdoor Playground
  • Picnic Spot
    Picnic Spot
  • Seated Tastings
    Seated Tastings

Certified Organic Farm
Best Small Cellar Door in Margaret River | Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine 2015, 2016 & 2017
Small Producer of the Year 2012 | Ray Jordan
5 Red Star Winery | James Halliday

Certified Organic | 12844

 “Every once in a while, you encounter an extraordinary patch of land, one that varies greatly from the surrounding landscape, one that is impossibly unique in so many ways, this is one such place.” 

Through many years of planting then working the vineyard and farm, an innate connection to the land has formed, a respect for the land and just how much it gives became apparent. Chris' planting of the vines on the Windows farm has been done with thoughtfulness and sensitivity to the land, the diversity is such that there are five different plots of vines totalling a mere 15 acres, ensuing profoundly structured wine pulsating with energy from this carefully nurtured land. 

Chris is deeply rooted to this piece of land having begun farming it at the tender age of 19. He is committed to an organic and holistic farming model signified by organic certification (ACO 12844). From inception, he has nurtured the land and the vines. Unwilling to compromise the health of the land, the state of his treasured vines and ultimately the quality of the fruit, he has worked the vineyard completely on his own from day one. No stranger to hard physical labour he hand-prunes every single one of the vines himself, year after year. Apart from the very day the grapes are harvested no one else is ever allowed to touch his vines. 

He produces wines of purity and complexity, expressive of and deeply rooted to the land. It is an inimitable vision of a person who has focused their life’s work on a single vineyard. Only through viticultural focus and observation of the land and nature over decades can one truly understand and appreciate that complexity is achieved only with the mindful union of land, organic farming, soil, clone and minimal winemaking regimen.

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Google Reviews

We came here for a wine tasting and ended up staying for a grazing board and wine. Great setup and nice wines on offer here. The grazing boards can be take away and would be perfect for a picnic. We stayed there to enjoy at our own pace. Loved it! Sheree Cattach
This small winery really impressed me. Our host was very nice and just a breath of fresh air compared to the wineries that we visited before this one. All wines were very smooth and tasty. I ended up purchasing Fume Blanc, which was absolutely beautiful and did not give me a headache next day, which is rare. Wine also tasted great after being open for couple of weeks, will definitely come back for more. Alice Cat
A perfect picnic with wine tasting. When much of Margaret River is just wine tasting or large scale lunch this picnic option was a find. Paula Rogers
Absolutely stunning venue, wines and people. As a group, we went for wine and cheese pairings. The owner talked us through each of the pairings, the stories of their vineyard and the joy they take in keeping things simple. Their wines are indescribably good! The labels have been created by a local artist and are just as stunning as the wines themselves. The cellar door itself feels like you are in a friends home, and is just as welcoming. Would definitely recommend! Donna Boyd
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