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The Rockcliffe vineyard is part of the 90 acre estate. The property has fertile karri loam soils and is positioned for long afternoon sunshine and cool ocean breezes. The grapes were planted in 1987, the pinot and chardonnay were the first planted in the district. The Rockcliffe branding reflects local, seashore landscapes, which reflects our love for the ocean and how important it is to the vineyard.

Nautica

The pinnacle of Rockcliffe wines is our "Nautica" Range. These wines are made from extra-special, Great Southern sourced grapes that have an excellence of flavour. Only grapes from certain years were of sufficient quality to make these wines.

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Single Site

Our "Single Site" wines proudly carry the winery’s name. The name Rockcliffe comes from the stretch of 100m high granite cliffs that dominate the coastline of the main bay of Denmark. The Single Site wines are true to their origin and express the individual grapes and terroir they come from.

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Third Reef

"Third Reef" is named after a renowned, Denmark W.A., surf break where the surf is powerful yet graceful. This is where we are reminded of the power of Mother Nature. Third Reef wines reflect the same features of power, elegance and grace.

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Quarram Rocks

This "Quarram Rocks" range is named after a beautiful protected bay in the Southern Ocean. The wines are crafted into “ready to drink now” styles that show great fruit depth and mouth feel. The label depicts the various granitic rocks that crop out over the region.

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Ocean Garden

Our "Ocean Garden" wines are good easy drinking wines. The label depicts the beautiful corals and marine life that abounds around West Australian shores.

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Peaceful Bay

The Rockcliffe "Peaceful Bay" wines are named after a local bay not too far from the winery in Denmark WA. The ray emblem for the wines reflects the marine life that can often be found around the sandy and rocky shores along the Denmark, W.A. coastline.

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