Bettenay's Wines & Nougat

Our family has been making wine & nougat for many years. Using traditional processes and sourcing the finest of ingredients, be it from our very own property or fruit and nuts of the highest quality from Margaret River and select sources around Australia., we welcome you in tasting our hand crafted nougat and wines.


  • Address:
    Cnr Tom Cullity Drive & Miamup Road
    Cowaramup, 6284
  • Phone:
    61897555539
  • Type:
    Wine, Food/Beverages
  • Produce:
    Spirits & Liqueurs, Misc/Chocolate
  • Features:
    Have visit/buy premises, Have Online Store
  • Links:

As nougat maker extraordinaire, Bryce Bettenay developed his recipe over a year’s trial and error, determined to achieve perfection. His recipe is now a well guarded family secret. He makes around six batches each day; whipping egg whites, boiling honey and gently folding in almonds, mango, macadamias or figs. The Bettenays believe the best nougat is made by hand. Their nougat contains no preservatives and is made with as many local fruits, nuts and honey as possible. Often going to great lengths to source ingredients from the south west – macadamia nuts from neighbours; honey from down the road – the family even grow some of the ingredients themselves.

Multiple Gold Medal Winner for Nougat at the Royal Hobart Fine Foods Awards.

 


Opening Hours

Daily: 10am to 5pm


Trails passing through Bettenay's Wines & Nougat Stops

Margaret River Gourmet Trail

This trail explores the north west corner of Margaret River and lets you sample some wonderful food and beverage producers that are to be found, almost hidden sometimes, in between the vineyards. The range of produce is almost hard to believe. Hand crafted beer, boutique wines, and small batch spirits & liqueurs. Extra virgin olive oil and goat meat. Local fresh produce, biodynamic eggs and hand-made nougat. This trail is a treat!

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Margaret River Small Batch Producer Trail

The Margaret River Region stretches 100kms from Augusta and Cape Leeuwin in the south, to Yallingup and Cape Naturaliste in the north. Between these two capes with their lighthouses shining safe passage for over a century is stunning coastline, majestic forests and fertile farmlands. Already renowned for its fine wines and perfect waves, the Margaret River Region is now capturing the world’s attention for its food. From handmade chocolate and artisan cheese to super healthy grass-fed beef and heirloom organic fruit and vegetables, the delicious produce from this beautiful region is ripe for discovery. At the centre of this exciting, sustainable food and wine movement is the Margaret River Farmers’ Market, a weekly market where customers can connect with regional producers, knowing that they are supporting local livelihoods and sustainable farming practices. Every producer has their own story – from baker to winemaker, potatoes to permaculture – all have travelled on their own unique journey to become producers of handcrafted food or wine with the taste of the south west in every mouthful, and the wellbeing of land and community at heart.

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