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Address: Borden-Bremer Bay Road | Location 50, Bremer Bay, Western Australia 6338, Australia
Phone Number:
+61 98374442

Gnornbup Wines is the Great Southern's most eastern vineyard. Located in...

Gnornbup Wines is the Great Southern's most eastern vineyard. Located in beautiful Bremer Bay, where the strong coastal influence has created a unique micro-climate. The inspiration for the name of our wine and logo comes from "Gnornb" the native name of the tiger snake and "up" the native reference to the place thereof.

We invite you to come along and visit our state of the art winery and cellar door, where all is processed on site for a sample of our wine selection. We also have artwork available and unique jewellery pieces from "Charrds from the past".

also keep an ear open for skydive in the winery! which look to become an annual event!!!!

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great wines

loved the wines lady serving was very friendly bought several bottles & enjoyed the grapes they gave us

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Glenna M

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

loved the wines lady serving was very friendly bought several bottles & enjoyed the grapes they gave us

Thank Glenna M
Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 23 December 2016 via mobile

We stopped off at Gnorbup to taste some local wines, and we were not disappointed! We learned about the history of the winery, where it got its name from, and got to try some delicious whites and reds. Each wine was truly unique! We loved the Chardonnay so much we had to buy a bottle! This is the most Eastern... More 

1 Thank Alex K
Perth, Australia
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Reviewed 29 February 2016 via mobile

Manager was helpful and informative about the wine, - as well as info about the local area! Shiraz was a favorite, we took a couple of sparkling home, the rest we drank too quickly (2012 reserve Chardonnay)

1 Thank Oliver L L
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
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Reviewed 12 February 2016

Wow, with the wonderful lady that walked us through our tastings we were bound to leave with a box full, and we did. The 2010 Merlot, Sparkling Wine and Ploughmans Nip our favourites. The most south eastern winery in Western Australia, I would love to keep as a secret but it is just too good to let this happen. Thanks... More 

1 Thank SlaveToQueenMum
Russell Island, Australia
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Reviewed 14 October 2015

Very helpful and friendly service with many tastings available. We loved the port. Local family member Max Wellstead has done a wonderful job at creating a boutique winery there in town. The General Store and the resort also sell the wines.

Thank Jennifer M
Bremer Bay, Australia
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Reviewed 8 July 2015

This is a lovely spot to visit during your visit. It is local produce and local people at its finest. There is a wonderful cellar door where you can taste some of the fine wines and chat to the vivacious Lisa who will help you decide which you would like next.

Thank Jeni D
Mandurah, Western Australia, Australia
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Reviewed 2 December 2014

I checked out the web page first and after reading their story decided to call in, not to mention I drink merlot . Very friendly lady and nice merlot and shiraz. Only a young winery but on the right track. If in Bremer and or drink wine you should call in and support this winery.

1 Thank Steven T
Northcliffe, Australia
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Reviewed 27 December 2013

This charming little winery in picturesque Bremer Bay is worth the visit. The wines show depth, rare in a winery so young. They're great to drink now, and with some sitting they will only get better. And that port........a treasure!!! Not always a fan, this is too easy to drink, not too chewy, and altogether dangerous! The young lady doing... More 

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Gnornbup, Manager at Gnornbup Wines, responded to this review

Thank you so very much for your kind supportive review. We are so very happy that you have enjoyed your visit to us in Bremer Bay. Max Wellstead, the proprieter, is very passionate about promoting Bremer Bay and will be delighted to hear your experience at Gnornbup Wines went so well. We are indeed a young winery and very much... More 

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