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Due Jolly Winery, Pickering Brook

If you’re enjoying a weekend drive through the Perth Hills, make a stop at Due Jolly Winery in Pickering Brook. The boutique winery near to Core Cider House and La Fattoria is well worth popping into for a platter over a glass or two of wine.

Due Jolly Winery, Pickering Brook

The decked area at the cellar door, overlooks their orchards. It’s a picturesque spot and has a Mediterranean feel. Due Jolly means “Two Jokers” in Italian after all.

Due Jolly Winery, Pickering Brook


There’s a decent selection of wines available at Due Jolly, that will suit all wine tastes – fruity Vermentinos, dry Chardonnays, Shiraz, sparkling and more. We enjoyed a couple of glasses of wine with our platter and they were only $5 per glass! Rob, Due Jolly’s friendly Wine Maker guided us through the wines and was lovely to chat to.

Due Jolly Winery, Pickering Brook

If you’re the designated driver there’s coffee ($4) and tea available too.

Due Jolly Winery, Pickering Brook


We found the enormous platter great value at just $45. It’s brimming with three cheeses, pickled veg, salami, a delicious terrine, dips, fruit, chutney, a vegetable frittata nuts, crackers, a veggie frittata, plus a fresh ciabatta loaf. This was a perfect size for three people grazing.

Due Jolly Winery, Pickering Brook

In winter there is a soup of the day and in summer months Due Jolly offers bruschetta. Here you can also enjoy an afternoon tea. We’ve previously popped by for a pot of tea and a scrumptious slice of cake. There’s usually a couple of freshly baked cakes and slices available.

Due Jolly Winery, Pickering Brook

If you love antiques, take a gander around their eclectic gift shop – “Cellar Bears”.

Due Jolly Winery, Pickering Brook

The cellar is full with lots of curios and other bits and bobs. It was fascinating and also a trip down memory lane seeing all the old objects like a mangle and an old fashioned TV!

Due Jolly Winery, Pickering Brook

All in All

The rustic Pickering Brook winery is a charming place to stop in the Bickley Valley region. As Due Jolly is only open on weekends it can get busy at times, so it’s best to call ahead to book a platter.

Due Jolly Winery, Pickering Brook

The Details

Address: 165 Merrivale Road, Pickering Brook, WA.
Phone: 6394 4504
Open Saturday and Sundays – 11am to 5pm
Website: www.duejolly.com/
Disabled Access: ramp to cellar door and disabled toilet.
Car Parking: There is a gravel car park next to the cellar door.
Grandchild Friendly: There are a couple of toys to play with and a highchair for little ones.

About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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  1. […] explore more of the Bickley Valley area of the Perth Hills. There’s wineries (like Hainault and Due Jolly), cafes, mini golf at Masonmill and the popular Core Cider House. I think the spot near Kalamunda […]

  2. […] Due Jolly Winery is a rustic spot which has platters, heaped with tasty morsels and $5 glasses of wine! Open on weekends, it can get busy, so it’s best to call to book a platter. Under the cellar door you’ll also find a quaint antique and curios shop. Read the Seniorocity review on Due Jolly Winery here. […]

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