V0004 - Last updated 30/10/2020
Abbey Creek Vineyard is on the northern slopes of the Porongurup Range with two boundaries with the Porongurup National Park. The Porongurup Range itself is Pre-Cambrian, with the gravelly loam soils of the vineyard derived from its erosion and outwash.
The view from the vineyard across the Kalgan plain to the Stirling Range to the north is breathtakingly beautiful in its many moods.
The Pinot Noir and Riesling vines date to 1990, the Cabernet Sauvignon (now grafted with Pinot Noir) to 1993 and the Sauvignon  Blanc to 2006.  All carry an inter-row cover of clover or serradella, eliminating any need for artificial nitrogen fertilisers. The Pinot Noir vigour is controlled with a Scott-Henry trellis system to allow adequate aeration and sun exposure.
Our vineyard  is typically cool climate, with annual rainfall of about 800 mm, cool frost-free winters and mild to warm summer temperatures.
Mike is the viticulturalist, John Russell our excellent vineyard manager.
Our cellar door is a restored farm shed which did service as a milking shed and then a shearing shed, verified by shearers’ scores chalked on the old water-stained weatherboards. Now it is a comfortable room for us to meet our visitors and introduce them to Abbey Creek wines.
Our cellar door is open (10 am to 5 pm every day) when the sign is out and the flag flying, but if in doubt please phone us on (08) 9853 1044.
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