Why Are They So Fabulous?
Surrounded by breathtaking bushland and vineyard views of Yallingup, the Swings & Roundabouts cellar door is where it all began…
A comfortable, versatile space, filled with music with a beat, open fires, cosy corners and a huge lawn with arguably the best views in Margaret River.
From the wines you can expect a reflection of Northern Margaret River, Mediterranean in style and best enjoyed with friends and family. Food to match from the onsite restaurant is simple and rustic, loaded with delicious flavours and great to share.
Not only do they have a glorious cellar door and restaurant in Yallingup, but also a second venue with The Taphouse in Margaret River!
At The Taphouse, you can expect a real local’s pub, with Swings & Roundabouts award-winning wines on tap, by the glass, small carafe or carafe. Food to match is driven by the seasons, simple and rustic, loaded with delicious flavours and great to share. The Taphouse source local, sustainable produce and the kitchen team have a deep passion for their food. You can also expect a warm Margaret River welcome for all kinds of casual gatherings, parties or romantic meals. Relax on the verandah under our cascading grapevines or cosy by the fire in winter.
Which Wines Should I Try?
Swings & Roundabouts 2016 Roundabouts Chenin Blanc – the other white grape. Chenin originally from the Loire in France and grown to acclaim in South Africa has found a home here too. Expect aromas of fresh melons with a flinty edge, and in your mouth to remind you of clean, crisp stone fruits and green apples.
Swings & Roundabouts 2014 Cabernet Merlot – ahh that Margaret River classic blend. Here you will smell plums, oak and a little tickle of that cabernet-capsicum. Taste it and find plum, spice and some elegant tannin dryness on the finish.
Swings & Roundabouts 2015 Backyard Stories Cabernet – made from the best fruit the Backyard Stories range showcases the best of what Swings & Roundabouts has to offer. Take a sniff and find dark blackberry fruit, herbaceous capsicum, and a hint of dried mint, with generous tannins and a savoury edge to the flavour. One to cellar.