Vineyard and Region
Brash Vineyard is situated in the wine appellation of Margaret River, in the sub-region of the Yallingup Hills.
The Yallingup Hills are located at the northern end of what is recognised as one of the finest viticulture climates in the world — a gentle Mediterranean climate further enhanced by the moderating effects of ocean on three sides. These positive effects include a lack of frost damage in vines as well as ensuring cool, relaxed evenings over summer months when vines can rest from the warm to hot days that prevail.
Brash Vineyard has 18 hectares of vines situated amongst towering jarrah and marri trees, which provide wonderful amphitheatres for growing vines, protecting the grapes from the elements of weather. Grapes grown are:
- Cabernet Sauvignon 8ha
- Shiraz 3.25ha
- Malbec 1.2ha
- Chardonnay 4.1ha
- Sauvignon Blanc 1.6ha
The vines were first planted in 2000 and years of subtle adjustment now sees the vineyard growing each of our varieties on the site best suited to that grape type.