White Wine, Geographe

After being a part of the Peel wine region and the South west Coastal Plain, the wine region of Geographe was formally established in 1999. This area was named after the ship of a French Explorer, Captain Nicholas Baudin. Located less than two hours drive south of Perth, in Western Australia, Geographe is home to a beautiful landscape surrounded by rural native bush hinterland and beautiful beaches.

In a region spanning of 1,200 hectares there are currently approximately 40 wineries operating in Geographe, all within the four wine producing districts of Geographe: Harvey, Ferguson Valley, Donnybrook, and Capel. These districts produce exciting, dynamic Shiraz, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Sémillon wines that they are well known for. The climate of Geographe is blissfully consistent, with long warm summer days and cool winters, which makes it well suited for growing a various range of grapes.
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  1. WILLOW BRIDGE 'DRAGONFLY' SAUVIGNON BLANC SEMILLON 2019
    Willow Bridge Estate have for years been a firm favourite in the United Cellars portfolio, consistently creating wines of quality, strong regional & varietal expressions, pure enjoyment and always phenomenal value for money. The making of Dragonfly Sauvignon Blanc Semillon centres ... Learn More
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