Recent renovations showcase the beautifully green Wilyabrup landscapes, with lots of natural light and bay windows. Enjoy a tasting from one of Lenton Brae's friendly staff overlooking the lake, or by the fireplace inside. An onsite deli stocked with local produce is the ideal setting for you to create your ideal platter or to take some treats home!
Situated just north of Margaret River, Lenton Brae is nestled into the hills of the premium Wilyabrup region. Here, loamy gravel soils provide excellent constitution and drainage. A stone’s throw (around 3.5kms) from the Indian Ocean, the vines benefit from a mild and consistent Mediterranean climate. Traditional varieties such as Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon thrive here, as well as more unique varieties. Lenton Brae are the sole producers of Pinot Blanc in WA, with notes of citrus blossom and spice, a variety originally from Alsace (France).
A family-owned winery, Lenton Brae was established in 1982. Recent renovations have rejuvenated the site, showcasing the splendour of the region. Large bay windows overlook a lake, adorned with ducks and native birds. Outdoor shaded tables are perfect in the summer months and cosy fireplaces in winter. Families are welcome with various games and activities onsite including Table Tennis, Giant Jenga and Boules. Pets are welcome, with water bowls and treats readily available. Local musicians play live every Saturday.
A relaxed setting for the committed LB team to welcome guests and share their story.
Your lunch is sorted with their on-site deli, a space designed for you to build-your-own platter. With a variety of local cheeses, dips, charcuteries, preserves and sweets, there is something to suit all palates. Season permitting, fresh cherry tomatoes, herbs and figs from their garden are made available to guests.
Lenton Brae's Gourmet Goodies are ideal for a grazing lunch, afternoon snack or take-home treat for you and your loved ones.
A Margaret River experience, tailored to you… Your tasting, your platter, your way – At Lenton Brae.