Enjoy award-winning premium wines
from Gingin, Western Australia
Berrigan Wines is a boutique, family owned and managed business, producing premium wines that reflect the vibrant qualities of Western Australia. The fruits of their labour, award-winning wines that have helped prove that the Gingin and Perth Hills areas produce quality,
well-rounded wines, sure to please any palate.
Tom and Tina Berrigan established the vineyards at Creighton Farm in 1998, first planting Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, followed by Merlot and Verdelho. They believe that good wine begins in the vineyard, and winemaker Daniel Berrigan employs the best viticultural techniques to achieve maximum potential for grapes grown in the Gingin area.
Shiraz 2008 - lightly oaked, smooth and elegant
Good fruit flavours, smooth and elegant medium bodied, lightly oaked Shiraz which is a beautiful accompaniment to food. This wine was bottled in September 2009 and shows early promise.
"A deliciously soft, medium bodied, fruit driven shiraz that pairs well with any bbq steak, lasagne and hearty stews."
Daniel Berrigan, winemaker
Where to buy Berrigan Wines
Liquor Traders of Australia (1/272 Selby St, Floreat)
Corkers Cellars, East Victoria Park (977 Albany Hwy, East Vic Park)
Liquor in the Valley, Helena Valley (Shop 7, 1 Torquata Blvd)
Liquor Barons, Mt Hawthorn (27 Green St, Mt Hawthorn)
Ye Olde Narrogin Inn, Armadale (2 South West Hwy, Armadale)
Yokine Cellars, Yokine (Dog Swamp Shopping Centre, Shop 8/ 6 Wanneroo Rd, Yokine)
Scarborough Liquor Store, Scarborough (166 Scarborough Beach Rd)
Wembley Hotel, Wembley (344 Cambridge St, Wembley)
Gingin Hotel, Gingin (5 Jones St, Gingin)
New photos are up
We've just added some photos taken over the last few months by friends and family.
Ray Jordan's Wine Guide Reviews
...Terrific value to grab some by the case. Quite delicious - Shiraz 06
(Ray Jordan's WA Wine Guide, 2010)
...Pure and precise expression of fruit stands as the hallmark of this wine. Plump and fleshy, with a firmish middle showing a touch of astringency. Oak and fruit and well pulled together and its nicely weighted. Damn good value. (Ray Jordan's WA Wine Guide, 2010)
News at Creighton Farm...
The vines have new shoots and the farm looks absolutely beautiful.
Just a few rows of late pruning to go in the Cabernet vineyard, and commencing precautionary sulphur spraying for mildew due to wet and warm weather.