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    A Spanish Fiesta!

    Spanish chef Gualterio Fernandez from Paella Fiesta will be at MyattsField Vineyards this Bickley Valley Harvest Festival to pair his native Spanish dishes with Spanish varietals in MyattsField's ..

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    2014 Scarecrow Competition

    As part of the Bickley Harvest Festival in the Perth Hills this May, MyattsField Vineyards are hosting the fifth annual Scarecrow competition to raise funds for Muscular Dystrophy WA. Muscul..

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    Ray Jordon Review

    2012 Kenneth Green Vintage Fortified rated as Western Australia's top fortified wine in Ray Jordon's 2014 Western Australia Wine Guide. The 2010 Cabernet Merlot Petit Verdot scored 94/100 and Dudley ..

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    VINTAGE BRUNCH

    Saturday 1st or Sunday 2nd March Time: 9.30am Tickets: $45 bookings essential Join the team at MyattsField Vineyards for brunch in the winery as vintage carries on around you. Lend a hand ..

MyattsField Vineyards situated in the heart of the picturesque Bickley Valley in the Perth Hills

MyattsField is the vineyard/winery of young winemakers Josh and Rachael Davenport. Established in 1997, it encompasses two vineyards and a 40 tonne winery in the Picturesque Perth Hills wine region nestled in the Bickley Valley.

Dosage is the sweetened spirit used to top up Methode Champenoise after disgorgement.

"We produce a wide range of wine styles from sparkling to fortified with particular attention to warm climate mediterranean varieties such as Verdelho, Mourvedre, Durif, Touriga and Tempranillo. Our vineyards also contain the more common Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot, Shiraz and Chardonnay. As well as working with the varieties we grow, we also keep an eye out for interesting parcels of fruit. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from the cool climate of Manjimup and Pedro Ximinez from the Swan Valley have become regulars. The Plantings of Durif were the first in the state.

Members of our “Left Field” wine club are privy to the more unusual and exclusive batches."