The architecture of Howard Park’s Cellar Door has long been regarded as one of the most spectacular examples in the Margaret River region and indeed, Australia, being named among the top 12 buildings of the country by the Sydney Morning Herald. But there is a lesser known, fascinating story behind the lines of the façade – one of ancient traditions and family heritage.
The Howard Park winery is perfectly situated for exploring all that Margaret River has to offer. Here are our top picks.
A quick internet search for food pairings with oysters brings up information on the usual suspects – Champagne, Sauvignon Blanc & Chablis. These might be the more famous pairings but there is a lesser known pairing that we think is well worth experimenting with – Oysters and Riesling!
Join us for the 6th year to celebrate warm summer days with Oysters and Riesling.
Howard Park Wines is thrilled to unveil a commission by two-time Sculpture by the Sea exhibitor & Margaret River artist, Stu McMillan, created entirely from materials from the vineyard landscape.
The Howard Park team have yet another reason to celebrate after its Cellar Door Manager, Emily Bromell was awarded the 2018 Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association Wine Tourism Excellence Award at the Langton’s Margaret River Wine Show awards dinner last week.
Prior to the 'Winemaker of the Year' announcement Janice met James Atkinson for an interview on his new podcast - Drinks Adventures.
Vineyard Manager Nic Taylor explains why Springtime is so frantic in the vineyard and discusses sustainable practices.