Enjoy a slice of farming history and the flagship sparkling Shiraz at the Moojelup farm vineyard located 8km north of Harvey at the foothills of the Darling Scarp. Moojelup Farm takes its name from the Nyoongar word Mooja, the Aboriginal name for the famous Western Australian Christmas tree.
Established by John Thompson in the 1880’s, the property was originally used for beef cattle, sheep and dairy farming. In the 1990’s, new owners Stephanie and Owen Holthouse developed the land into a winery with the first vintage released in 2000.
Traditional winemaking methods include handpicked fruit, open fermentation and basket pressing. The winery is particularly suited to production of warm climate varieties including Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Semillion and Vermentino. Take the opportunity to indulge in the superb Sparkling Shiraz; not to mention our classic Cabernet, Shiraz and Semillon.
The Cellar door is open 7 days a week.