MOOMBAKI estate is situated between Denmark and Walpole on the Southern Ocean coast of Western Australia, an ideal wine growing region of the Great Southern a pretty special microclimate that grapes ripen a few weeks earlier than Denmark. MOOMBAKI wines truly is a small family-run business.
MOOMBAKI is a small, family run winery committed to making distinctive hand-crafted award winning wines.
Also featuring is a fine selection of crafted wood and contemporary art.
Experience the natural beauty of the wetlands, resplendent with birds.
Open 7 days 11am - 5pm
The vineyard was established in 1997 by David Britten and Melissa Boughey on their property which borders the pristine Kent River between Denmark and Walpole. A gentle north-facing slope, gravelly soils, and temperate climate all work their magic on low-yielding vines.
MOOMBAKI is renowned for producing wines that are consistent high-award achievers (including a Halliday 5 star rating) and for their ecological approach to the vineyard and wetlands. Producing wines on a small scale allows them the freedom to do it well; hand-picked parcels of fruit, minimal intervention winemaking, and excellent oak handling allow the wines to express the character of their terroir.
One of the first things we are asked is the meaning of our name. MOOMBAKI is a local Aboriginal word meaning “where the river meets the sky” – a perfect description of our topography. We planted our vines on gentle slopes overlooking the meandering Kent River, protected from the strong south-westerly winds by 600 acres of river reserve.
Cellar Door Opening Hours
Open 7 days 11am – 5pm