Jylland Vineyard has closed for wine tasting and Lunches. We are now an operations vineyard only.
We wish to thank all our Customers and wish you all the best for 2013.
Jylland Vineyard is named for the European Continental part of Denmark, Jylland (pronounced, “yu-land”) - known in English as Jutland.
Located in the Lennard Brook district of the Shire of Gingin, Western Australia, the vineyard is on the south western slope of Moorgup Hill, on the edge of the Darling Scarp, about 80km north of Perth.
Our official Geographic Indicators (GI) district is SWAN
Travel time from Perth, 1 hour (approx, subject to traffic)
>From the north end of the Freeway, 40 minutes (approx) - via Burns Beach road, Neaves Road, Muchea South Road, Brand Highway. Ashby Road is about 2km south of Gingin townsite and intersects Cockram Road - Jylland Vineyard is sign posted from the Brand Highway.
Here we cultivate grape varieties that are best suited to our Mediterranean
maritime climate. Chenin Blanc is the local king. The wine is crisp,
zesty and a delightful complement to any food or occasion.
Our Chardonnays have been lightly wooded with French oak. Although initially tentative about ‘wooded whites’ we are very happy with the results. The delightful smoky vanilla and peach tones have lifted the Chardonnay into the ‘interesting and compelling’ classification.
The reds are blends of old favourites with lesser common varieties.
We grow Shiraz, Carnelian and Cabernet Sauvignon and buy in regional
blending varieties such as Tempranillo, Merlot, Grenache to make our
popular, JRB*. Our reds, both varietals and blends, are robust, with
full fruit , berry and spice intensity. The wines imply no pretensions
or mysteries. Labels accurately detail the content to be explored.
They’re honest reds and, by subtle use of oak,
comfortable and very drinkable.