Just one small sample of the ‘naughtiness’ on offer at our Cellar Door. Yumbo!
Recycling/upcycling at it’s best. Thanks to Amiel, this Due Jolly wine barrel has been converted to a food smoker.
Pretty cool eh!
We’re open for the Queen’s Birthday Long weekend [27th – 29th September]. The orchard fruit tree’s are in bloom, the wine is award winning, and the coffee is strong. It’s a great recipe for a relaxing long weekend. Come on up and visit us at the Cellar Door.
The team at Due Jolly Winery would like to extend a huge big thank-you to the creative and energetic team of artists and graphic designers at Stusha Studio. Andrew Stumpfel and the team continue to excite in delivering exciting new labels that compliment our boutique wines. All three wines are on sale now at our cellar door.
As we are not licensed to trade on Good Friday, we have elected to close the cellar door for the entire Easter weekend [18th – 21st April] to spend time with our families. We look forward to sharing our new wines with all our loyal customers in the week’s following Easter.
The hot weather has prompted some improvements to our cellar door facilities as these young ladies discovered during their brief rest stop. We’ve introduced more shade to our deck area, and even included an industrial fan to further assist on those rare 40+ degree days. And the fun doesn’t stop there. If you crank the fan’s dial to three, there’s a small chance the whole deck might take off. Strap yourself in for a ride people!
Did we mention that we serve food at our cellar door? After all, our wines are styled to compliment this wonderful necessity of life.
Visitors to our cellar door can not only sample our aged wines, though are welcome to purchase and consume alcohol on our premise, enjoy a tasting board of gourmet cheeses, charcuterie meats, local fruit and freshly baked ciabatta, or simply indulge in the CCC combo…..Coffee & Cake with Cream.
Horse Power hits the Cellar Door. Due Jolly is pleased to welcome the Bickley Valley Horseback Winery Tours, a new initiative of Sophie Petrucci and Evie Molson. These energetic young lady’s offer horse riding tours, pony parties and custom outings in showcasing the beauty of the Perth Hills. Our winery will feature in the their wine tour, so bring your camera, and keep your eyes peeled for their group of riders when you next visit the cellar door. More information about these riding tours can be found here: http://www.bickleyvalleyhorsetours.com/
It’s time to reward our customers and supporters with a selection of boutique prizes. To those who subscribe to our quarterly newsletter prior to the 21st of September 2013 you will automatically enter the draw. It’s easy to subscribe – just use the link at the base of our webpage.
1st Prize: (pictured). A 20″ framed print of a magnificent red maple tree located at the base of Kings Park Perth. Photo courtesy of andrewcutten.com. Value: $320
2nd Prize: 6 bottles of Due Jolly Wine (your choice). Value: $120
Full details for the event can be found on the events page of our FaceBook page (www.facebook.com/DueJollyWinery). You must be +18 to enter, and you must be alive. (Stranger things have happened!)
All prizes can be viewed, and sampled, at our newly constructed Cellar Door facility which has recently been improved to include an outdoor undercover area to protect those who visit us during the winter months. A reminder that we offer wine tastings at no charge, the option to buy wine by the glass, and a lite food service being cheese platters matched to the wine of your choice. And once the serious work is complete, you might be enticed to a slice of cake and a freshly brewed coffee.
We hope to see you soon!
Yes, the cellar door facility is now open. No longer can I provide my standard response to the year long questions of when we will be opening, being a consistently optimistic ‘two weeks’.
Both Rob and I welcome your company during this Easter weekend, noting that we will be open on Saturday and Sunday only, from 11am – 4pm.
So come along and sample our wine, purchase your weekly stock of fresh fruit [we’re situated on an operational orchard] or just sit and relax with a coffee and learn the history of the Perth Hills region and the refurbished site that is the home of Due Jolly Winery.