Stormflower Vineyard

Star 4.9 (89 Google reviews)
Certified Organic Wine and Sparkling (methode traditionelle) in a beautiful garden setting.

Stormflower Vineyard - certified organic since 2016. A wine adventure from the incredible dirt in the Wilyabrup pocket of the Margaret River region. Stormflower is all about producing the best wine they can from their small block, with all fruit from the vineyard being certified organic.
Sustainable farming is an integral part of the Stormflower philosophy. They pay great attention to the health of the soil, and this results in a vineyard that is a healthy, bio diverse and resilient system. The vineyard has gone through many changes since they bought it in 2007. They began with a transition to organic composts and natural soil biology stimulants and minimising the use of chemicals. They gradually moved the vineyard to a fully organic system, and achieved full organic certification in 2016. 

They ensure that their viticultural and winemaking practices are as gentle on the environment as they can be, and they focus on regenerating and working with their natural ecosystems. Maintaining organic certification is a way of providing independent assurance to their customers and supporters that they practice what they preach. It is important to them that they are transparent about their activities in the vineyard and in the winery, because what they do affects more than just their immediate surroundings. 

Their minimalist, sustainable philosophy extends to their cellar door. A relaxed, understated, natural space in which to sit back and enjoy their wine and their surroundings. Their tasting table and their sales counter are made from one of the Marri trees that blew down outside the cellar door during a storm in 2013. Their cellar door has been set up to taste their wines as they like to enjoy them, sitting at a table or in a comfortable chair in an environment that is simple, welcoming and unhurried. They welcome all visitors to explore their wines, their cellar door and their gardens. Their gardens are perfect for a picnic (rugs provided) and to enjoy a glass of wine and some fine produce from their delightful pantry.



Stormflower Vineyard

3503 Caves Rd, Wilyabrup WA 6280, Australia


Star 4.9 (89 Google reviews)
meredith gibbs 07 May 2024

This is such a gorgeous little vineyard which has such a great vibe and lovely wine. We were lucky to be there when there was only one other couple midweek so we really relaxed and soaked up the atmosphere. We ordered 3 bottles and can’t wait to crack them open. Also improved note that out of all the wineries and distilleries we visited this place was the only really child/ baby friendly place and you can tell because they had a proper change table set up which was such a refreshing change from changing our little girl in the boot of our car (which we did at other places). We were also lucky enough to meet Charlie the dog and give the good boy some scratches behind the ear. Highly recommend this place!

Kim V 24 April 2024

Loved our time at Stormflower!! We opted for a wine tasting with an assortment of cheeses, olives, meats, and the delectable grape chutney. I love that you can select your own cheeses to build your own custom charcuterie board! The French man who looked after us was charming and very knowledgeable. The setting of this winery is serene and simply makes for a perfect day of savouring delightful local wines!

Julie Winter 24 March 2024

Beautiful gardens and top notch wines!! They had a nice variety of cheeses and sausages to assemble your own charcuterie board. Staff was friendly and professional.

Thomas Stubbs 18 April 2024

The scenery and atmosphere in the garden is beautiful. The tasting is great value as there is a comprehensive and varied wine list which changes seasonally; when buying by the bottle it is also great value. The hostess was superb - friendly and guided us through the tasting very well. To top it off the snacks on offer from the fridge were great. Good selection of cheeses, salami and pate. Best vineyard we visited in Margaret River