COVID-19 Update for Woody Nook Wines
Opening from May 25: We will meet hygiene requirements and have ample space to comply with distancing protocols with indoor and alfresco settings (20 patrons max. with two sittings on busy days) with wine served to the table or for takeaway; no tastings. Reservations essential.
Multi-award winning premium red and white wines, delicious food, unique gifts, great value and a charming setting.
More information The land now occupied by the Woody Nook Wines estate was formerly home to a sawmill and sleeper cutters. In 1978 Jeff and Wynn Gallagher, wishing to make a change from their floor-covering business in Perth, purchased the property with a vineyard in mind and began the arduous task of clearing and preparing the land. The first cuttings were planted in 1982 and the first crush took place in 1987, the first winery building having been built the year before. The Gallaghers constructed this and their new home from timber and rammed mud brick, both materials being available on the property. There are still about sixty acres of jarrah and marri forest forming a magnificent backdrop to the winery and restaurant.
Peter and Jane Bailey became the proud new owners in May 2000 when at the end of 1999 Jeff and Wynn decided to retire to Busselton and put Woody Nook on the market. As part of the deal, Neil Gallagher stayed on as Winemaker/Viticulturist and was offered a shareholding in the business. Visit Website
We really enjoyed the tasting plate at the Woody Nook on the weekend. We paid a visit to stock up on my favourite Nooky Delight fortified, but also had a meal for the first time and we weren't disappointed. Lovely setting outside.
Beautiful homely place. Beautuful food.
This was my second visit to this Venue. My first visit was by invitation from friends in 2017. Along with my Wife we experienced the 'Long Table Lunch' it was brilliant. As a surprise to me, my dear wife on our first visit bought me a vine, and presented it to me almost 12 months later, the deal was:- I would be presented with a certificate, given a tour of the vinery and also the entitlement to attend another 'Long Table Dinner' As a bonus my wife had reserved the the Two story accomodation for a two night stay. Peter and Ann ( The Hosts) are two of the nicest people you could ever wish to meet. However there Idea of accomadation leaves a lot to be desired. The house sleeps Ten. But was is omitted. Only one toilet and bathroom. Thank God that there was only two in our party. Everything else was totally enjoyable.
Have been here several times, it is always excellent, had a Sunday roast a few weeks back, it was better than i make myself. It went down well with a bottle of their Merlot. Keep up the good work.