Margaret River Organic Wine introduces a group of certified producers who are passionate about organic and biodynamic wine in the Margaret River region.
Certified Organic or Biodynamic Producers
Organic and biodynamic produce is increasingly popular with and sought after by consumers. A growing number of producers in the Margaret River Wine Region are gaining certification as organic or biodynamic grape or wine producers, and the purpose of this site is to identify all producers in the Margaret River Wine Region who are certified organic or biodynamic so that consumers can seek out their products. The list below provides basic information as to the certification status of each producer. By clicking on the name of a producer you will be taken to their website where you can obtain further information on their business and philosophy, as well as details of opening times and location.
Margaret River Certified Organic and Biodynamic Wine Trail
There are only 5 producers in the Margaret River Wine Region that produce certified organic or biodynamic wine. These producers have formed the Margaret River Certified Organic and Biodynamic Wine Trail and copies of the wine trail brochure can be accessed via Trails WA or through visitor centres in the Margaret River region.
An additional listing of all producers in the region that are in the process of gaining organic or biodynamic certification can be accessed via the following link
In Australia, achieving organic or biodynamic certification requires meeting and maintaining the standards prescribed by one of Australia's five private certifiers, who base their certification standards on the National Standard for Organic and Biodynamic Produce published by the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources. All certifiers are accredited by DAWR. Australian Certified Organic (ACO), National Association for Sustainable Agriculture Australia (NASAA) and Australian DEMETER Bio-Dynamic (Demeter) are the three main certifiers in Australia for organic and bio-dynamic producers or processors. If you are interested in buying organic or biodynamic wine, you should look for the logo of the certifier on the bottle, to verify that the product is certified.