Seasonal Vineyard Photography

There is always a story to be told in the vineyard, it changes dramatically and all the seasons have a unique beauty to help tell a story. This year I have done a lot of photography at the Robert Oatley cellar door in Wilyabrup. This vineyard in the heart of the Margaret River wine region is one of the more popular with locals and tourists alike. The Chardonnay block in front of the cellar door I have shot on many occasions and the images below show the massive changes the vines undergo. The space feels so different in winter than summer and it is hard to believe all the image are shot at the same location. Many customers aren’t aware of all the work that goes into the wines they buy. Margaret River wineries produce some of the countries best wines and the consumers love to see the work that goes in behind the scenes. It helps them build a rapport with your winery and hopefully be more loyal customer in the future.

As I am based in Margaret River I regularly check in and capture more content for the company to keep their social media platforms rolling along.

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