Location: Corner Caves Road and Chain Avenue, Marybrook WA 6280, Australia
Telephone: 08 9756 8577
Open Open daily 10am - 5pm, 7 days a week. Closed Good Friday, Christmas & Boxing days.
Point of difference
The Flametree is a spectacular Australian tree, at Flametree Wines our vision is to produce brilliant Australian wines of uncompromising quality and character.
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The Flametree Winery is located on the picturesque shores of Geographe Bay in the Margaret River Wine Region of Western Australia.
Award winning wine maker, Cliff Royle, selects exceptional quality fruit to produce beautifully hand-crafted wines with unique flavour, structure and depth.
The stunning beach house style Cellar Door building is a must see, then taste our award winning wines, browse the art exhibition and relax on the deck with some cheese and a glass of wine.
With an open fire place, inviting deck and a beautiful gardens Flametree Cellar Door is worth visiting at any time of the year.
Now you can build your own cheese platter, sit back on the deck with a glass of wine and relax. With a gourmet selection of cheese, olives, dukkah, olive oil and much more to choose from.
The red five-star rating in James Halliday's 2012 Australian Wine Companion reflects the number of outstanding wines in our portfolio. We offer a relaxed wine experience and welcome visitors for personal tastings seven days a week. We also welcome group bookings and private tastings with the winemaker, upon arrangement.
You can also become a member and savour the elegance of our celebrated wines in a twice yearly subscription while enjoying up to 20% discount on all other wine purchases.
To contact us, please call 08 9756 8577 or send us an email email@example.com, please note emails are not checked over the weekend.
- Cellar Door Sales
- Family Owned & Run
- Mail Order Sales
- Coach Parking
- Special Functions
- Disabled Access
- Internet Sales
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By winning five trophies in 2008 for their very first red wine released, including the Jimmy Watson, you could say Flametree Wines had a lucky start in the wine industry. Is it still luck when you?re a finalist in the following years Jimmy Watson class? Maybe it?s just ?third time lucky? when they take home the best SSB blend trophy from their local show in a wine region that is renowned for SSB?
Last year was a successful year for Flametree Wines on the wine show circuit, winning five gold medals, nine silver and twenty seven bronze. Three of those five gold medals were awarded on the international wine show circuit, where the competition is much greater.
Along with those 41 medals, Flametree was a hit with several wine critics in the media. Philip Rich included the relatively new S.R.S. Chardonnay in his top 20 wines of the year in the Australian Financial Review Magazine and said ?Cliff Royle, who made terrific chardonnay during his time at Voyager Estate, is one of a new wave of Margaret River chardonnay producers successfully focusing on fruit purity and structure, while still retaining the richness and power Margaret River chardonnay is famous for.?
In the Sydney Morning Herald, Huon Hooke said ?Flametree hit the ground running with its first vintage in 2007 and then employed former Voyager Estate winemaker Cliff Royle, whos taken the baton and sprinted. The wines are all excellent?? The Advertisers? Tony Love noted that "Cliff Royle has propelled Flametree to ascend to supernova status in Margaret River?? and big hugs to Winsor Dobbin who said ?Flametree is a name to look out for? kicking quality goals on a consistent basis??
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