Harewood winery: in Great Southern region
Harewood Estate is located in the amazing Great Southern region of Australia. The Great Southern is one of the most vast, largest and isolated wine regions in the world and it is here that Harewood Estate Wines has its four vineyards. The first vineyard is known as Denmark and is situated approximately 400 kilometers from the city of Perth.
Wine with highly intense flavours
The Denmark vineyard is surrounded by steep rolling hills and valleys that continue for ages before they meet the Southern Ocean. This area is characterised by long and cool summery days and hard, tough gravelly soils that allow the grape to ripen slowly over time and produce wines with highly intense flavours. The Frankland River vineyards are famous for producing some of the best Shiraz in Australia. At Frankland River the climate is more Mediterranean which means that the days are dry and sunny. This results in heavier wines that have a far deeper complexity.
The Mount Barker vineyard is where Harewood winery were born in 1955 when the American viticulturalist Harold Omo suggested the growing of grapes to produce European style table wines
Experience the great wines from the estate
Mount Barker is a dry area with scattered vineyards and gravelly soil similar to that in Bordeaux, France. The final vineyard of Harewood winery is Porongurup which is covered with towering Eucalyptus trees and granite outcrops. The vineyard has a high altitude and there produce crisp, cooler climate wines. The most popular wines produced by Harewood Estate are the 2017 Harewood Estate Flux – III Chardonnay, the 2019 Harewood winery Denmark Pinot Noir, the 2019 2019 Harewood Estate Denmark Riesling and the 2013 2019 Harewood Estate Silex Chardonnay.