This Sunday at the Boat Shed Markets you can meet Richard and Julie Parish, owners of Parish Lane Wines. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the wines and the hand crafted quality that a personal approach provides.
Parish Lane wines are available at a number of outlets in Albany and Perth and if you miss catching up with Richard and Julie when they visit the Albany Boatshed Markets, please phone or email to find out how you can order their award winning wines.
Phone: (08) 9846 1220
Estate Grown Wines
Lange’s vineyard is a family owned and run by Kim and Chelsea, their children Jack Ella and Dylan together with Kim’s parents Don and Maxine. All three generations of the family live on the property at Frankland River and the family has always had a long association with wine grapes in the Frankland River region. The vineyard was planted on an elevated location from clonal material over 20 years ago on a block called Lange’s Place.
The old stock route that was used in the 1800’s adjoins the back of the property and this legacy and history is echoed on the label.
Please come down to the Boat Shed Market this Sunday and taste our wines and meet Kim and Chelsea to learn more about another hidden gem from the Frankland River wine region.
Image courtesy of Lange’s Estate Grown Wines
The centenary parade this Sunday will mean that the usual access to the Boat Shed Markets – Princess Royal Drive will be closed between 8am and 12 midday.
To reach the Markets please use Bolt Terrace – follow Stirling Terrace south and on to Brunswick Terrace. Immediately after Lawley Park turn right into Bolt Terrace. Follow the road down to the harbour and turn right to reach the Boat Shed.
Just a different way to get to the same place.