Arimia is an organic vineyard, farm and wine producer located in the famous Margaret River region of Western Australia. Situated in the northern part of the region at Yallingup, Arimia is established as one of the most unique, breathtaking destinations the Margaret River has to offer. Setting out to do things slightly differently, the Arimia team produce high-quality wines in a unique style. The Arimia vineyard has been farmed organically since July 2016, which means that no synthetic fungicides, herbicides or insecticides have been used. All natural fertilisers are certified organic, and we rely primarily on compost, compost teas, fish emulsions and seaweed concentrates. We have moved towards a lower intervention, organic method of winemaking, with the ultimate goal of having both the growing and the production or our wines certified as organic by July 2019.

Wines

White Label
  • 2017 Verdelho
    • AWARD Bronze Medal – 2017 Margaret River Wine Show
  • 2019 Rose
  • 2013 Shiraz Viognier
  • 2013 Cabernet Merlot Petit Verdot
    • AWARD Gold Medal – 2016 Margaret River Wine Show
Black Label
  • 2018 Chardonnay
  • 2013 Zinfandel
  • 2014 Mourvedre

REVIEWS

★★★★★ Winery James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 2018

2013 Arimia Cabernet Merlot Petit Verdot – 96 Points – James Halliday Sept 2017
Typical deep Arimia colour; apart from a gold medal sticker from the WA Wine Show ’15, we aren’t told anything about the wine. A home town show for a region famous for its Bordeaux blends is always hard to win, but this is a very, very good wine, its blackcurrant, sage and black olive fruits guided by fine, savoury tannins through to the long finish.
2013 Arimia Zinfandel – 93 Points – James Halliday Sept 2017
California has long demonstrated that zinfandel has as many faces as there are climates, from the coolest to the warmest. Cape Mentelle learned that zin preferred bush-vine pruning, resenting trellis and wire systems. I don’t know how this was trained, but the outcome – especially the texture and structure of the back-palate and finish – is admirable.
2014 Arimia Mourvedre – 92 Points – James Halliday Sept 2017
Follows the Woodlands practice of small parcels of single varietal wines kept separate from regional/vineyard blends. The hue is good, but not deep, and doesn’t prepare you for the power of this incisive, red and black-fruited wine that reflects its terroir above all else.