(Image: Voyager Estate / www.voyagerestate.com.au)



EST. 1978

Organically Farmed
100% Estate Grown & Made
Wines of Place

Our Patch of Margaret River

Nestled by the Indian Ocean in cool Stevens Valley, Margaret River, lies an ancient patch of gravel loam earth that we call Voyager Estate, where ocean breeze tempers the south western sun to yield fine vintages unlike any other.

Voyager Estate embodies a 40-year legacy of family, adventure and sustainability. Yet perhaps above all, it is an expression of its place - a wild corner of the West Australian landscape that is as beguiling as it is remote. Surrounded by ocean on three sides the aspect, microclimate, consistent maritime influence and our ancient soils are the foundations of our distinct style.

(Image: Margaret River Coastline - Voyager Estate / www.voyagerestate.com.au)

Our Craft, Our Wine

We work with nature as much as possible, believing that farming with organic practices builds healthy and active soil biodiversity, allowing our vines to flourish now and for future generations.

We nurture living soils with healthy nutrients and deep vine-root systems, so they can continue to produce world-class wines and mark their place in Australian vinicultural history.

Our winemaking is a continuation of this ‘hands off ’ and organic approach to viticulture. We want people to taste the vineyard when they drink our wines: the soils, the local flora and the purity of fruit that our land delivers. To achieve this, we are as gentle as possible during the winemaking process.

(Image: Voyager Estate / www.voyagerestate.com.au)

Voyager Spring

new arrivals

2023 Tempranillo Rose

Despite a cool start to spring, flowering and fruit set were even across all varieties. November heralded the beginning of a glorious run of weather. Days were warm but never hot, and temperatures dropped nicely into the evenings, allowing gradual ripening and acid retention in the grapes.

Tempranillo fruit was cold pressed and juice removed off skins in a flash. Barrel-fermented in old oak puncheons and then stirred on lees for 5 months. Bottled young for early release.

“We planted our C3 Tempranillo block to craft an iconic Margaret River Rosé. Fine-boned and 100% barrel fermented, this wine balances savoury texture with a lean acid line for seriously delicious drinking.”

2023 Vivid Red

Hand-picked parcels of fruit were whole-bunch fermented. Left on skins for 14 days before being pressed to old oak barriques for 3 months. Racked to tank and bottled for
a spring release. No fining and no added sulphites.

Shiraz, Tempranillo, Grenache, Merlot.

“A pure and bold expression of our place in Stevens Valley. Wild, bright and completely preservative-free, it’s fresh as the day and ready for spring."

2023 'Coastal' Chardonnay

Estate grown vineyards make up this blend, predominantly from Gingin clone which provides a backbone of grapefruit. Parcels of fruit were pressed and settled overnight prior to fermentation in French oak puncheons. Subsequent bâtonnage and maturation over seven months added further complexity and texture. Parcels were blended before bottling.

“A true wine of place – celebrating a core of Gingin fruit from our organically farmed coastal vines, supported by subtle toast and a refreshing citrus backbone. Drinkability, with a wow factor.”

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