Margaret River has an outstanding reputation for growing world class cabernet sauvignon as this Risky Business wine will attest to.
From the first commercial vineyard planting in Margaret River in 1967, the Region’s natural assets have blended with the ability of the vignerons and winemakers to create a wine region that is one of the best on the planet.
As one of the world’s most isolated and pure wine regions in the world, the Margaret River Region is characterised by superb growing conditions for many wine grape varieties.
Margaret River shines at producing cabernet sauvignon.
In fact, Margaret River’s climate is much more sympathetic to grape growing than Bordeaux. Summer rain is almost virtually non-existent, allowing the grapes in most years to fully ripen and avoid problems like mildew and rot that can plague Bordeaux’s vines.