Howard Park Wines joined over 16 other South West producers for the Great Southern Development Commission most recent trade visit to Thailand. By Gemma Bates.
The first-ever Pre-Vintage Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony welcomed newcomers and celebrated the start of the harvest, presented by the Margaret River Wine Association (MRWA) and Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association (MRBTA). By Maddy Lyons.
Since 1986 Howard Park have been producing remarkably long-lived Riesling. Recently Wine Club Manager David Stredwick was lucky enough to attend a vertical tasting of sixteen Howard Park Rieslings, hosted by one of our Perth-based members. Reaching back as far as the 1998 vintage, the evening offered an enlightening insight into the evolution of one of our favourite varietals. By Maddy Lyons.
We are honoured to announce that Howard Park’s Abercrombie Cabernet Sauvignon has been awarded Three Merits in The Real Review’s Wine Classification of Australia. We are 1 of only 6 Cabernet Sauvignon’s included in this list. Abercrombie is the first wine Howard Park ever made in 1986, and it remains our flagship to this day; representing a winemaking journey underpinned by vision, meticulous viticulture, uncompromising commitment to quality, and excellence in winemaking. By Faye Sanders.
The second annual Global Sparkling Tasting hosted by Howard Park Wines took place last month, with luminaries from across the sparkling wine category in attendance to taste and discuss the growing quality of locally-produced sparkling wine, in addition to exploring various styles from across the globe. By Rebecca Love.
In partnership with Nature Conservation Margaret River the Howard Park team spent an afternoon replanting 350 native seedling on the banks of the Wilyabrup Brook as part of our commitment to a more sustainable future. By Gemma Bates.
Leave the vines behind and join us as we head to the dunes for the inaugural MRWA Community Revegetation Day. By Maddy Lyons.
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.
Pinot Noir was far from front of mind when Jeff and Amy Burch purchased their first Western Australian vineyards in Margaret River back in 1988. Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Shiraz were most promising for the region and they had little experience with Pinot Noir nor intention to add it to their wine portfolio, but not for long. By Gemma Bates.