Due Jolly gets its name from the Italian words for 'Two Jokers', hence the funky labels and why they dress up their wine bottles like Jokers.
The cellar door serves lovely platters and has a peaceful shaded deck area to enjoy your wine and food on.
Phone - (08) 6394 4504
Address - 165 Merrivale Road, Pickering Brook, Western Australia 6076
Vineyards and Orchards
In the Bickley Valley there are nine Vineyards and one Cider House. Here you will find an introduction and details for each one. At the bottom is a handy map to help you work out where they are in relation to each other.
One of the main vineyards in the Bickley Valley, MyattsField is owned and run by winemakers Rachael and Josh Davenport who also make wine for other Bickley vineyards.
From the cellar door verandah you can enjoy beautiful views, whilst in the cellar door there are wine varieties such as Mouverde, Durif and Tempranillo to try. Cheese is also served.
Phone - (08) 9293 5567
Address - Union Rd, Carmel, Western Australia 6076
Core Cider House
Core is the only Cider House open to the Public in the Bickley Valley and appears to be the largest venue. John and Emily own Core and have turned it into a magnificient place to visit.
The restaurant is open from Wednesday to Sunday and you can enjoy your meal whilst enjoying views out over their Orchard. Tasting paddles of five Ciders costs $15 - yummy!
Phone - (08) 9293 7585
Address - 35 Merrivale, Pickering Brook, Western Australia 6076
Fairbrossen Winery & Cafe
Another of the main vineyards in the Bickley Valley, Fairbrossen produces a wide range of varities and owner/winemaker Matt Bowness likes to experiment with new wines.
The cafe is open between 9am and 4pm Friday to Sunday for breakfast and lunch. They also produce wonderful cheese platters to enjoy with a glass of wine whilst enjoying the view.
Phone - (08) 9293 5594
Address - 51 Carmel Road, Carmel, Western Australia 6076
One of the newest vineyards in the Bickley Valley is owned and run by Jim and Audrey, who have arguably the best views from a cellar door in Western Australia.
Plume is open Friday to Sunday from 11am to 5pm and in addition to their lovely wine they also serve delicious food and platters.
Phone - (08) 9293 5808
Address - 91 Glenisla Road, Bickley, Western Australia 6076
Hainault Vineyard & Cafe
At 400 metres above sea level Hainault is the highest vineyard in Western Australia. Michael and Lyn took over the vineyard in 2002 and have turned it into a well run establishment.
As with most vineyards and properties in the area, Hainault enjoys a wonderful outlook and they have made the most of it with their cafe deck looking out on the beautiful valley.
Phone - (08) 9293 8339
Address - 255 Walnut Road, Bickley, Western Australia 6076
Owners Dennis and Carline started thier vineyard in 1998 and have been making lovely wine ever since. Carline's ancestors were some of the first settlers in WA having arrived in 1829.
Dennis is a real character and any visit to the cellar door to taste their range of wines isn't complete without learning a thing or two from Dennis.
Phone - (08) 9291 7788
Address - 80 Mitchell Rd, Walliston, Western Australia 6076
Owners Peter and Fay run one of the smallest (and nicest) boutique grape producing properties in WA, yet still produce a wide range of wine varities to try and buy.
Also located on the property is the renowned Vineyard Kitchen which is open from Thursday to Sunday, but as it is so good bookings are essential. (call 08 9227 7715).
Phone - (08) 9291 8705
Address - 5 Loaring Road, Bickley, Western Australia 6076
Mother and Daughter team, Di & Lara, run this lovely little winery and as the cellar door is in the winery production area you also get to see how the wine you are trying is made.
Formerly known as Piesse Brook until 2007 when Lara returned to run the wine making, they produce Chardonnay, Shiraz, Merlot and Cab Sav. Open for tastings 1pm to 5pm Sat and Sun.
Phone - (08) 9293 3309
Address - 226 Aldersyde Road, Bickley, Western Australia 6076
This wonderful little vineyard is slightly different to all the others in the Bickley Valley, it only grows and produces Pinot Noir. Fortunately the Pinot Noir it does produce is fabulous.
In his underground cave of a cellar door, John Ashley has produced Pinot at Ashley Estate since 1988 and has around 3,000 vines. Tastings available from 11am to 5pm Sat and Sun.
Website - No Website Available
Phone - (08) 9257 2313
Address - 284 Aldersyde Road, Bickley, Western Australia 6076