Rich maritime history

Originally home to the Bunganditj and Meintangk peoples, Robe is a new wine region blessed with immense natural beauty and a rich maritime history. In the mid-1800s Robe was a major port for wool exports and through the 20th century it built a name as a premier holiday and surfing destination alongside its thriving fishing industry.

A cool-climate region, Robe is heavily influenced by its maritime surrounds. Its long, cool growing season helps create wines of finesse and elegance. Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz are the premier red varieties, while Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc are the premier whites, and ideal accompaniments to the Southern Rock Lobster for which Robe is famous.

Learn more about the wine region here.