A night in the Freo Dr. Cellar.

Meet the winemaker from Stella Bella as we take you through a tasting journey with some current releases and back vintages.

A good spread of cheese, meat, fruit platters on the night as well as super discounts on the range.

Only $20p.p (with a $20 discount off purchases of wines exceeding $50)

Email: functions@thefreodoctor.com or call the shop on (08)9335 2801 to secure bookings (pre payments preferred)

Below is a spiel on the winery itself from James Halliday via The Weekend Australian.

Luke Joliffe, senior winemaker at Stella Bella, may well be the best young winemaker in the Margaret River region.

Having started at Stella Bella in 2007, he served his ‘apprenticeship’ under Janice McDonald and Stuart Pym prior to taking over the reins in 2014.

Stella Bella was already well established by this time, recognised for consistent quality across their range of wines.

 However the wines produced at Stella Bella since 2014 are some of the most awarded and have gained the attention of Australia’s most influential wine critic, James Halliday.

 Stella Bella now produce wines over four ‘tiers’, each with a different label:


Stella Bella


Serie Luminosa

 Some examples of the recent recognition of the wines produced by Luke Joliffe and his team:

 Skuttlebutt Sauvignon Blanc Semillon – both the 2015 and the current release 2016 were included in ‘Halliday’s Top 100’, published in the Weekend Australian.

 Stella Bella 2016 Sauvignon Blanc – Gold medal and trophy at the Melbourne Wine Show, judged ‘best Sauvignon Blanc’

Stella Bella 2017 Sauvignon Blanc – Gold medal at Royal Perth wine Show 2017

 Suckfizzle 2012 Sauvignon Blanc Semillon – 95 points, James Halliday. ‘…complexity, depth, longevity, luscious yet restrained…..’

Serie Luminosa 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon – 97 points, winner of two trophies at the Margaret River Wine Show plus winner of the Halliday Cabernet Challenge, Margaret River [judged the best Cabernet / Cabernet blend from over 260 wines entered] 

Serie Luminosa 2014 Chardonnay – 96 points, James Halliday. ‘pure class, compelling in its purity, focus and length, drink some now, some later and some much later….’