McHenry Hohnen Vintners are a family owned winery in the southern part of the Margaret River wine region.
The history of McHenry Hohnen wines begins when winemaker and 3rd generation biological farmer David Hohnen and vine growing brother-in-law Murray McHenry joined forces in 2004.
Our approach is a simple and traditional one; small batch, handcrafted wines, biological viticulture and natural winemaking.
The intention is to shape wines with vitality by embracing a minimal addition winemaking philosophy, where each wine is a focussed expression of variety, growing season and individual site.
We strongly believe that quality wines are made in the vineyard, and our biological farming principles are a reflection of biodynamic methods.
Viticulture practices embrace holistic philosophies which cultivate an environment where the soil, its microbiology, the plants, insects and animals co-exist in a thriving equilibrium.
McHenry Hohnen’s aim is to produce a range of wines which truly reflect their site and varietal origins.
Our annual crush is approximately 150-200 tonnes - our focus is clearly on quality over quantity and we are proud to be a James Halliday 5 Red Star rated winery.