A Place of Provenance, Discovery and Sanctuary

Provenance relates to the physical location of this very small, family owned estate in the heart of Margaret River, the great earth in which the vines grow and the maturity of the vines themselves. Discovery is all about the very small quantities produced and the unique Tasting Room experience on offer. Sanctuary relates to the natural bushland surrounds, comprising some of the oldest peppermint trees in the region (as well as jarrah, marri and grass trees). A family (or Passel) of endangered Western Ringtail Possums was relocated here following the 2011 Margaret River bushfires, and the owners continue to support and provide sanctuary to endangered native species within the estate.


Passel Estate Lot 71 Reserve

96 Points Halliday Wine Companion 2019
GOLD Medals in Halliday Companion Australia Cabernet Challenge 2017 and
Langton's 2017 Margaret River Wine Show

Only 130 cases produced, showcasing our very best Cabernet Sauvignon fruit.

Passel Estate Lot 71 Reserve 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon

A Special Reserve Tasting for the Summer

We are offering visitors to our Tasting Room a rare opportunity to taste our very special Passel Estate Lot 71 Reserve wines over the festive summer period.


Annual Summer Jazz in the Vineyard for the Lunar New Year

Usher in the Lunar New Year with an afternoon of summer wines and laid-back jazz at Passel Estate on Saturday, 9 February 2019. Tickets are limited, contact us now to reserve yours.


Fantastic Results for Passel Estate from James Halliday

James Halliday has once again given Passel Estate a five star rating in his Halliday Wine Companion 2019 and has awarded incredible points for all of our wines.


2018 Vintage Update

Passel Estate has just enjoyed another amazing vintage of Margaret River magic, says winemaker Bruce Dukes


Tributes for the Tasting Room

Our Tasting Room has been gathering tributes from some very high places recently.


Nature Conservation at Passel Estate

Save the Date: Join the owners of Passel Estate for a morning of nature conservation on Thursday 24th May 2018


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