In Western Australia, October marks the peak of spring. The days are growing longer, the mornings brighter and the sun is finally starting to shine. With all of these subtle springtime shifts, our social calendars start to fill up with backyard barbeques and alfresco aperitifs. Spice up your spring by hosting a sparkling wine soirée, all in the comfort of your own home. By Maddy Lyons.
This spring marks the beginning of a new era for Jeté, as Howard Park ventures outside of the realm of convention to craft the extraordinary. Enter the highly anticipated Jeté En Pointe, a 2021 vintage méthode traditionnelle made from one single variety, Pinot Meunier, a noble Champagne grape often overlooked and blended away, this wine proves that balance, complexity and poise are not confined to the limits of custom. By Maddy Lyons.
Howard Park’s Jeté range, comprising four captivating wines, serves as an exquisite entry point into the intricate world of sparkling wine and food pairing. The collection offers sophistication, variety, and versatility, making it perfectly suited to accompany a wide range of cuisines. In collaboration with the acclaimed chef Evan Hayter, we invite you to embark on a gastronomic journey that highlights the remarkable affinity of Jeté sparkling wines with a diverse array of dishes. Elevate your moments with these fantastic food and Jeté pairings. By Maddy Lyons.
We are thrilled to be able to share with you the newest addition to the Arbor Novae range, the limited-release Margaret River Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon. Spanning three consecutive vintages, these wines embody the purity, potential and power of Cabernet Sauvignon from our cherished Block 29 on the Leston Vineyard. By David Stredwick.
Celebrate Mum in style on the 14th May with a curated Mother’s Day pack featuring wines from Howard Park, Marchand & Burch and MadFish, and more. By Faye Sanders.
Join us as our Chief Winemaker, Nic Bowen, and Group Vineyards Manager, Steve Kirby, talk us through the ins and outs of harvest and what we can expect from this season. By Rebecca Knox.
Get side-tracked in beautiful places with self-drive trail guides for the naturally adventurous, where the Howard Park Cellar Door is on the map. By Faye Sanders.
With an eye for aesthetics and a strong, enduring connection to her Singaporean roots, owner Amy Burch is an enigmatic figure at Howard Park and it was with great delight we got to spend time with her in the very buildings she helped to design. By Gemma Bates.
After a wild and fast paced 2021 vintage we managed to share a moment of unscripted reflection with our new Chief Winemaker Nic Bowen, and share a glass of wine as he spoke of his vision for the future at Howard Park , what learning under the esteemed winemaker Ed Carr was like and more. By Gemma Bates.
“It’s about legacy and integrity – I’m determined to leave vineyards in a better state, a more sustainable state for the future generations.” – Chief Viticulturist, Dave Botting. By Gemma Bates.