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16 April 2019 | RiverBank Estate

Small Producer of the Year 2019

Click here to read the full April edition of the Swan Magazine. 

Time Posted: 16/04/2019 at 3:00 PM
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20 December 2018 | RiverBank Estate

Valley Set for Top Vintage

Time Posted: 20/12/2018 at 2:40 PM
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14 December 2018 | RiverBank Estate

RiverBank Estate Winery produces a top drop

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Time Posted: 14/12/2018 at 1:15 PM
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19 November 2018 | RiverBank Estate

Rising River by Ray Jordan

Time Posted: 19/11/2018 at 5:54 PM
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19 November 2018 | RiverBank Estate

It's a Winner in Winestate Magazine

Outside of Australia’s mainstream wines, an emerging range of new varietals is turning heads and stimulating palates.

Amongst these wines are our multi-award winning 2017 Rebellious Vermentino and 2017 Rebellious Petit Verdot. Having entered our wines into the prestigious Winestate competition, and achieving a high 4.5 star rating for two, this is a significant achievement to say the least. 


Featured on page 72 and page 76 of Winestate Magazine

Time Posted: 19/11/2018 at 5:18 PM
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7 June 2018 | RiverBank Estate

RiverBank goes to City Wine

Published on June 6, 2018 in the Joondalup Weekender, Wanneroo Weekender and North Coast Weekender.

FANCY a glass of vermentino, petit verdot, fiano or nero d'Avola? 
These are some of the lesser known wines being made in the Swan Valley and the new winemak­er at RiverBank Estate, Digby Led­din, wants to persuade consumers to give them a try. 
After 20 years at Laments, Digby joined RiverBank under new owner­ship of the Lembo family, inheriting llha of vineyard with 13 varieties of grapes. 
While the Swan Valley is known for producing and successfully pro­moting its verdelho and chenin blanc, Digby is keen to encourage customers to try some of the less well-known wines that flourish in the region. 
To do that, RiverBank is partici­pating in food and wine festivals for the very first time, making its debut with City Wine at the Perth Cultural Centre on June 8 and 9. 
"Most of our sales are going to be through cellar door so we need to get out and meet the public, retail­ers and wholesalers, anyone we can," Mr Leddin said. 
RiverBank will be promoting new labels and lines released in Septem­ber 2017: 'On The Run' and 'Rebel­lious'. The names are based around the now defunct Riverbank Deten­tion Centre next door to the winery at 126 Hamersley Road, Caversham. 
With the RiverBank cellar door focusing on alternative varieties, Rebellious aims to showcase wines that are not quite mainstream like vermentino, fiano, nero d'Avola, and a new label may soon be in the works to cater to export demands for mainstream varieties like semil­lon sauvignon, shiraz and cabernet. The Run will be offering a newly bottled sweet rose, a chardonnay semillon verdelho blend, a cabernet 
merlot blend and a non-vintage bubbles blend, while Rebellious in­cludes a verdelho, a trophy-winning vermentino from Blackwood for Best WA Alternate White, and a top­selling rose blend made last year despite floods to 60 per cent of the vineyard. 
City Wine will celebrate five years of bringing leading WA bou­tique wineries to the heart of Perth when the two-day festival runs at the Urban Orchard on June 8 and 9. 
As well as wine, beverages from 27 stalls will include craft beer, cider and spirits and a sparkling drinks bar. 
And for those who fancy a cock­tail there will be a Mojito Bar. Tapas style food will be avail­able.

Time Posted: 07/06/2018 at 10:08 AM
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23 March 2018 | RiverBank Estate

Lifeline Charity Brunch

Published in The Sunday Times Magazine on 25th March 2018

It was a day of milestones at this year’s Aspinall Family Lifeline Brunch held in the backyard of Vince and Anne Garreffa’s Mount Lawley home, with Vince putting his signature ponytail on the chopping block for charity. Mineral Commodities executive chairman Mark Caruso paid $6000 to chop the lock off with a meat cleaver and Marilyn New forked out $1000 to watch. All up, the snip raised $19,000, adding to the whopping $452,000 raised on the day and the $3 million since the event’s inception 22 years ago.
Di Bauwens

Time Posted: 23/03/2018 at 5:27 PM
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19 March 2018 | RiverBank Estate

Liquor Barons success!

Liquor Barons group recently chose our Vermentino in a blind tasting panel and its feature in On The Vine Magazine and website for 2018.

Almost every winery submitted their wines so it was a nice compliment and feels great to be noticed. This Vermentino also beat all the great southern wineries to win Gold and a Trophy in the Geographe Show. Our wines are now in almost every liquor barons across Western Australia.

Time Posted: 19/03/2018 at 3:46 PM