Brookwood Estate

Brookwood Estate is just north of Margaret River and only just a few minutes drive from neighbouring town, Cowaramup. It’s a family affair, and the Mann family has much to be proud of, for the winery has outstanding environmental practices that ensure the production of their Estate grown, made and bottled wines leaves a small carbon footprint. In the café at Brookwood Estate, Chef Aven Wachmer is passionate about local food and his menu reveals a rare creative flair for cooking fine food from the best seasonal local produce. Restaurant, Accommodation & online shop for wine and produce.

  • Address:
    430 Treeton Road
    Cowaramup, 6284
  • Phone:
  • Type:
    Wine, Food/Beverages, Organic/Sustainable
  • Produce:
    Meat & Seafood, Olives & Olive Oil, Preserves, Sauces & Condiments
  • Features:
    Have visit/buy premises, Have Online Store
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A low impact philosophy continues in the insecticide and herbicide free vineyard with the use of organic fertilisers and Trevor Mann’s homemade, friendly microbe filled organic compost. Healthy and happy vines produce high quality, flavoursome fruit, that in the magic hands of winemaker Bronnley Cahill, have seen Brookwood Estate collecting gold medals and consistently awarded high ratings in Australian wine guides.

Aven often finds inspiration for recipes at the Margaret River Farmers’ Market. The Brookwood Estate menu features Arkady Lamb, Gracetown fish and Albany oysters. Complimented by great wines - the Estate is famous for its sparkling wine (aptly called Bubbles), a delicate Sauvignon Blanc, and the delicious Shiraz and Cabernet blend called Mellow Rouge - lunch at Brookwood Estate will brighten the day of any wine and food lover. And most importantly, it won’t cost the earth.

Opening Hours

Daily: 11am to 3pm

Where To Buy

At the cellar door.

Trails passing through Brookwood Estate Stops

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.