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Peel

Soil Type

Limestone sands to ancient granite and gravel

Harvest

Mid Feb – Mid Mar

Location

32° 31’S Altitude 0-592m

Temperature

Average 23.4°

Rainfall

Average 177mm

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Vineyards were first established in Peel in the 1850’s by Italian immigrants, but real growth began in the 1970’s, with the establishment of Peel Estate.

Today, the Peel is an emerging wine region with over 200 hectares of wine grapes. The region, located south and south east of Perth, is centred around the rapidly growing regional centres of Mandurah and Rockingham and stretches as far north as Byford and as far south as Preston Beach on the coast and east to Wandering; and includes the towns of Pinjarra, Waroona, Dwellingup, Boddington and Bannister.

The region stretches from the Indian Ocean to the Darling Range and beyond the Darling Plateau. Most producers of the Peel Region are located within less than an hours’ drive from the Perth CBD, making it a popular day-trip destination.

Apart from the stunning wines produced in the region, the river and coast yield an abundant supply of seafood, in particular the famous blue swimmer crabs of Mandurah. For crab lovers, the Mandurah Crabfest every March is an event not to be missed!

Vineyards were first established in Peel in the 1850’s by Italian immigrants, but real growth began in the 1970’s, with the establishment of Peel Estate.

Today, the Peel is an emerging wine region with over 200 hectares of wine grapes. The region, located south and south east of Perth, is centred around the rapidly growing regional centres of Mandurah and Rockingham and stretches as far north as Byford and as far south as Preston Beach on the coast and east to Wandering; and includes the towns of Pinjarra, Waroona, Dwellingup, Boddington and Bannister.

The region stretches from the Indian Ocean to the Darling Range and beyond the Darling Plateau. Most producers of the Peel Region are located within less than an hours’ drive from the Perth CBD, making it a popular day-trip destination.

Apart from the stunning wines produced in the region, the river and coast yield an abundant supply of seafood, in particular the famous blue swimmer crabs of Mandurah. For crab lovers, the Mandurah Crabfest every March is an event not to be missed!

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