Moombaki Wines

341 Parker Road, Kentdale WA 6333, Australia


Award winning wines, contemporary art, crafted wood, plus a select range of produce from the region.


MOOMBAKI is a small, family run winery committed to making distinctive hand-crafted wines.

The vineyard was established in 1997 by David Britten and Melissa Boughey on their property which borders the pristine Kent River (between Denmark & Walpole). A gentle north-facing slope, gravelly soils, and temperate climate all work their magic on low-yielding vines.

MOOMBAKI is renowned for producing wines that are consistent high-award achievers (including a Halliday 5 star rating) and for their ecological approach to the vineyard and wetlands. Producing wines on a small scale allows them the freedom to do it well; hand-picked parcels of fruit, minimal intervention winemaking, and excellent oak handling allow the wines to express the character of their terroir.

Wines include:
- 2007 Reserve
- 2007 & 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec
- 2008 Shiraz
- 2009 Chardonnay
- 2010 Classic White

What is the meaning of the name Moombaki? It is a local Aboriginal word meaning “where the river meets the sky” – a perfect description of the topography. The vines were planted on gentle slopes overlooking the meandering Kent River, protected from the strong south-westerly winds by 600 acres of river reserve.

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OPEN 7 days, 11am to 5pm