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Coorinja Winery

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by Aleisha (subscribe)
Perth - Writer - Mum - Traveller - Business Owner - Storyteller. Instagram: @cloudsofwhitetravel
Published June 6th 2016
It's not only the wine that is well aged


A short drive from Toodyay you will find one of the country's oldest wineries.

Coorinja Winery first started producing wine in the 1870s and has operated continuously since then. It has been in the hands of one family since 1919 and it still has that family feel, which is a nice change from the more common, sleek, modern wineries.



Situated by Harper Brook, a tributary of the Avon River, its old brick and stone construction is sure to hold many interesting stories.

A chalk scrawled dark interior and large wine barrels welcome visitors, who are invited to taste the different varieties of drinks on offer.



There is a range of alcoholic beverages on offer at Coorinja, including a ginger wine. The place is famous for its ports and marsalas.



For those who want to take a bottle home, prices are pretty reasonable, especially if you buy in bulk, most of the flagons sell for less than $20.

Coorinja is open to the public on Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays from 10am to 5pm and other times by appointment.

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Phone: 9574 2280
Where: Toodyay
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