Goon Tycoons

Star 4.3 (18 Google reviews)

GOON|TYCOONS is the combination of three guys who have been in the wine industry for most of their life, let out & about on good behaviour from their everyday jobs to launch their own brand.
Dancing on the verge of stupidity and sensibility, the GOON|TYCOONS wines are designed to promote the unique varieties and grower sites found on their endless quest for great vineyards.  

With a focus on single-vineyard sites, less familiar varieties and minimalist winemaking, GOON|TYCOONS are a small batch wine producer creating interesting and smashable wines from around Western Australia.

Visit the cellar door to explore the range of GOON|TYCOONS wines while snacking on handcrafted goat and organic cows milk cheeses from Margaret River.

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Goon Tycoons

1071 Wildwood Rd, Yallingup Siding WA 6282, Australia

Reviews

Star 4.3 (18 Google reviews)
Marie Wang 04 November 2018

Average wine. Tasting fee $5 but will return if buying. Cheese tasting inside as well. Beautiful lake view. Not a big winery. Service average. Bought a honey but was overcharged. Other shop selling same honey bigger and cheaper. 😑

Ebony Holman 03 August 2022

Came in on a Monday & was served by Harry. He was knowledgeable about the products on offer and able to provide great insights on best pairings. 10/10 customer service & will be back !

Alexandra Smith 23 April 2018

Sort of 4 places in one: 2 wine labels, olive oil sales and cheese shop. The vineyard itself is Abbey Vale, and they have 3-4 wines. Goon Tycoon is Abbey Vale's smaller, more experimental label. (They're also related to Deep Woods and Evans & Tate.) Tastings are $5, refunded with a bottle purchase. Super nice cellar door, good wines, very reasonable prices. Especially enjoyed Goon Tycoon's Teroldego, an Italian grape varietal. Definitely recommend visiting if you want a more boutique experience.

Myles Myles 28 September 2021

Overall had a great experience here and all the staff were super friendly and knowledgeable 😀 What an amazing setting, great wine and delicious cheese. Only thing that was off putting was the $5 tasting fee, despite not having to pay it as we made several purchases. For me nothing worse than walking in and seeing a tasting fee sign and is not the best first impression. Luckily your staff made up for this