The origin of Rockcliffe was an 18 acre expanse of apple orchards planted early in the 1900’s in the rich Scotsdale Valley region of Denmark in the Great Southern, Western Australia.
In the late 1980’s, a local family acquired the property for its fertile soils and position for long afternoon sunshine with cool ocean breezes. It was christened Matilda’s Meadow and the planting of dry grown vines commenced. The Pinot and Chardonnay vines were the first planted in the district in 1987.
Our brands reflect our love of the Ocean and how important it is to the vineyard. Located less than 15km from the Southern Ocean, we are gifted with sea breezes all summer to cool the vineyard, creating the perfect conditions for the slow ripening, cool climate styles that symbolize the Great Southern.
Rockcliffe Cellar door is famous for its summer Sunday sessions with tourists and locals alike lounging on the beautiful lawns surrounding the cellar door and listening to the best in local music.
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