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Saturday 27 April 2024

New wine and food experiences in the Great Southern

It's a long drive from just about anywhere to get to Ferngrove winery in the Great Southern region of West Australia.

But visitors are promised new tasting experiences in this winemaking outpost

Located in Frankland River, Ferngrove Wines has designed three new tasting experiences to be enjoyed at the cellar door, along with new culinary options, Tourism Western Australia reports.

The tasting experiences include an Experience Ferngrove Tasting, a casual introduction to six wines from $10 per person; a two-hour Museum Tasting Experience of special back vintage wines; and a Bespoke Tasting Flight of 10 wines across the portfolio.

The new culinary options, meanwhile, include pizzas, charcuterie boards and barbeque facilities, with the option to purchase meat packs from the cellar door.
The large seasonal charcuterie board includes four cheeses, preserves, dried fruit, nuts, olives and crackers.
For those who want a remote experience, the Ferngrove chalets have a fully equipped kitchens, barbecue facilities, reverse cycle air-conditioning and a TV. But be warned: there is no wifi out here.

Frankland River is an hour away from the nearest shopping centre so it is recommended you take food with you. All linen is provided and the chalets can sleep up to six people.

Rates start from $140 per night for two. See



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