Rosily Vineyard

Established in WA: 1994
871 Yelverton Road, Wilyabrup, 6280
08 9755 6336
Rosily's history began in 1994, when the 60 acre property in the heart of the Margaret River wine region was acquired by the Allan family, and we set about fulfilling our dream of producing world class wines. Cuttings were taken from vines growing just a few kilometres away at the acclaimed Moss Wood Vineyard, and were planted in 1994 through to 1997. From day one Rosily's philosophy has been quality at any cost, so for the first five years the focus was entirely on establishing the young vines to the point where they could last the long dry summers with minimal or no irrigation. During this time all fruit from the young vines was sold to the nearby Hay Shed Hill winery. Shortly before the 2000 vintage it was realised that our fruit had reached a quality level deserving of its own wine - so a winery was built on the property and in our first small step into the world of wine marketing, we found ourselves a name! As for the name? Comte Francois de Rosily was a French navigator who in 1772 made the first chart of Flinders Bay in the south west of Western Australia. On the same voyage that captain of his ship claimed possession of the south west of Australia on behalf of France. Rosily's other label, Other side of the Moon, is named after a local surf break that Rosily would have sailed past.
Bio last updated 13 Apr 2016

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