Meet the Maker | Juniper

Meet the Maker | Juniper

Meet the Makers Series - Sundays on the AGWA Rooftop Bar.

Join us every Sunday for a free series of Meet the Makers at the AGWA Rooftop Bar.

Learn about our local artisans, how they began their journey, the process of making their signature beverages, and sample the fruits of their labour.

Juniper was established in 1998 by the late Roger Hill and his wife, Gillian Anderson, with the intention of producing wines which rank among the best to come from Margaret River and beyond. Since 2017 Gillian and Roger’s sons, Nick and Tom, have run the business with the same ambition to make great wines from our own vineyards.

Join Tom on the AGWA Rooftop and sample some of Juniper Estates wines, with an outlook that combines the tenets of heritage, authenticity and original thinking with a view to producing wines of elegance and sophistication that showcase the best of the Margaret River region.

Juniper is now serving on the AGWA Rooftop Bar!

Spinifex from 4pm, 27 February
Funk Cider from 4.30pm, 6 March
Juniper from 4.30pm, 13 March
Bombak from 4.30pm, 20 March
Nowhereman from 4.30pm, 27 March
Idle Hands from 4.30pm, 3 April

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Tom Hill

Tom Hill studied winemaking at the University of Adelaide before working in France across two harvests in 2008 and 2009. He moved to Melbourne in early 2010 to further his winemaking career, basing himself in the Yarra Valley for the next seven and a half years. Lured home to the family business on the promise of “not a lot of work” and a “heap of money” (or was it the other way around?) by his brother at the end of 2017, he hopes to realise his family’s vision to make wine that ranks among the best in Margaret River.

Juniper

Juniper’s outlook combines the tenets of heritage, authenticity and original thinking with a view to producing wines of elegance and sophistication that showcase the best of the Margaret River region. We grow what we make and make what we grow, all from our distinctive vineyards in Wilyabrup and Karridale. The sites are exciting in their differences, but their farming is united by sustainable and organic practices resulting in the best fruit possible that reflects each vineyard’s idiosyncrasies. The wines we make reflect a combination of their place, vintage and variety, and are expressions of our passion, to be shared and enjoyed in good company.

 

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