Star 4.8 (91 Google reviews)

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From Margaret River onto Caves Road North and turn right into Tom Cullity Drive.The Juniper cellar door is the first gravel driveway on the right hand side of the road, just prior to the bridge over the Wilyabrup Brook
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Sitting beside the tranquil Wilyabrup Brook, the Juniper cellar door is surrounded by cottage gardens and green lawns. The staff are warm and engaging and can discuss their wines with you at whatever level that you are comfortable with. Juniper's Museum room offers carefully cellared wines going back to the turn of the century, which are available for purchase by the bottle or by the glass to be enjoyed in an armchair by the wood-burning fire in the cooler months, or out at one of the picnic tables on the lawns under the shade of the trees when it’s warm.
Juniper is one of the original Margaret River vineyards nestled in the picturesque Wilyabrup valley. It's neighbours are Vasse Felix and Cullen to the north and Howard Park to the south-east. The vineyard was planted in 1973 when it was known as Wright's, and was one of the pioneering Margaret River wine producers, along with Vasse Felix, Cape Mentelle, Cullen, Moss Wood and Woodlands, and is dry-grown (unirrigated) to this day.

The present vineyard block was created through subdivision by the well-known Western Australian artist family, the Junipers, after whom it is now named. It’s pretty much a hands-on operation – the vines are hand-pruned and hand-picked, and the wine hand-made.  Juniper was established by the late Roger Hill and his wife Gillian Anderson with the intention of producing wines that rank among the best to come from Wilyabrup and beyond.




98 Tom Cullity Dr, Cowaramup WA 6284, Australia


Star 4.8 (91 Google reviews)
Jess Ackland 21 May 2022

A small, intimate winery where generous tastings are offered. Good, honest descriptors given on each individual wine. Rob was friendly, personable and knowledgeable. 10/10 would recommend. Lots of laughs had by all. It was a safe space! A perfect way to start our day of wine tastings. We all purchased a bottle of red. Rob also happy to take multiple photos of our experience. He will take multiple rather than just the one. Overall, such a moment.

Jessie Edge 05 June 2022

Such a beautiful winery. The hosts are so lovely, and the wood-fired pizzas on public holiday weekends are delicious! Great way to spend a lazy afternoon with family and friends.

Ayaka I 08 March 2020

This is a beautiful hidden gem of Margaret River. A quiet, relatively small cellar with superb wine. The Chardonnay has smoky flinty aromas, which was handpicked and new oak barrels were used according to the staff. Actually the house wines taste fairly good too, for me they looked good value. The rose garden was stunning too.

YC Boey 09 July 2019

Was there in Mar 19. Sorry it took so long to write this! A very underrated winery and often many will turn to the opposite neighbour... but this place is really cool! Importantly So are their wines!! From the red to the whites I had more than 10 samples and were really good value. The gentleman serving me was so knowledgeable and friendly always patient to answer questions and recommend!! Being a flower lover, the place is also excellent to take all those lovely pics of them and then the wide open spaces and greenery. Less commercial and definitely a must stop place if u want me to recommend!! Enjoy