The Swan River at Baskerville was the landing site for Captain James Stirling and his group as he explored the Swan River in 1827 (named for the Black Swans that were plentiful upon it). Sadly there are none in the upper reaches of the Swan river any more. In 1829 Captain Stirling returned to form the colony of British settlers in Western Australia. As progress was made the colonists found the rich fertile soils in the Swan Valley. In 1922 the Baskerville area between the Swan river and Great Northern Highway was subdivided for viticulture.
Our Baskerville Swan Valley wineries address is:
Harris Organic Wines
179 Memorial Avenue
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Baskerville area is located at the top of the Swan Valley. Our winery is on the corner of Great Northern Highway and Memorial Avenue Baskerville, Swan Valley, Western Australia. You will find us behind the corner limestone wall. We are only 30 kilometres from the City of Perth and the top of the Swan Valley Wine Trail map.
We are closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Easter Friday.
We are always happy to receive visitors to our cellar door. We have a tasting charge which is refundable upon organic wine purchase. This is because we make very small quantities of wine, although the quality of our organic wines is well worth the visit.