The Green Door vineyard is located high on the slopes on the side of the Darling Scarp, offering panoramic vistas of the coastal trip from Myalup to Dunsborough. With approximately 8 acres of vines, comprising Grenache and Mourvedre planted in 1998 and Tempranillo, Shiraz, Verdhello and Fiano planted in 2008. The vines are maintained with minimal intervention and careful land management practices are an important part of the viticultural program. This approach to the vineyard is producing fruit of a high quality, imperative to the production of quality wines.
The vineyard is approximately 8 acres and comprises Grenache and Mourvedre vines planted in 1998 and Tempranillo, Shiraz, Verdhello and Fiano planted in 2008
Our sheep play a vital role in the vineyard, keeping the cover crop under control, and occasionally performing some early harvesting.
Keeping a vibrant ecosystem with lots of biodiversity is one of the foundations of our minimal interventionist approach in the vineyard.
The vineyard is approximately 8 acres and comprises Grenache and Mourvedre vines planted in 1998 and Tempranillo, Shiraz, Verdhello and Fiano planted in 2008.
Ashley take a hands on approach to canopy management with the Tempranillo vines.
An important part of the Green Door team are our herd of sheep who help keep cover crop under control. On a warm summer day they just love to take a swim, under the careful watch of our lifesaver come alpaca.
Harvest is always an exciting time at Green Door Wines, with a multicultural crew arriving early in the morning to set about the task of bringing in the years harvest.