Burch Family Wines

Burch family Wines produce Howard Park, MadFish, and Marchand & Burch wines in addition to importing the French Champagne House – Franck Bonville.

The family owned business started with the label Howard Park in 1986 with its deep roots imbedded in the Great Southern. Today Howard Park sources fruit for its iconic wines from family owned vineyards in the Margaret River – Leston and Allingham and in the Great Southern – Mt Barrow and the Abercrombie vineyard.

MadFish the second label was introduced in 1992 and is most recognised by its very Australian label of the long necked tortoise, native to the Great Southern region of WA. Today the MadFish produces a range of varieties across its portfolio.

Marchand & Burch label was produced in 2007 with the collaboration between Jeff Burch and Burgundian winemaker friend Pascal Marchand. This partnership celebrates the two varieties of Chardonnay – Marchand & Burch Mt Barrow and Porongorups Chardonnay and the Mt Barrow Pinot noir. It’s a wine with a distinctive Burgundian flavour and it’s outstanding in its delivery of elegant and subtle fruit.

Burch Family Wines sends it wines internationally as well as having a great presence in the Australian market. The Abercrombie Cabernet Sauvignon is heralded by Langton Classification as “excellent” and Howard Park wines is a RED FIVE STAR winery in the James Halliday Wine Companion.

The philosophy of Burch Family wines is to produce wines of distinctive regional character with an uncompromising commitment to quality with fruit sourced from the Margaret River and the Great Southern.

Click on the Logo Howard Park or Mad Fish to find out more about the two different brands

Howard Park logo

I’ll be honest with you, creating my own wine range is probably better than scoring a hundred at Lords

Sir Ian Botham

New Zealand wine has become a $1.7 billion global success story because our producers have always had innovation at the forefront of their thinking. This new collaboration between Invivo and Sarah Jessica Parker is yet another example of a Kiwi winery thinking outside of the box; it is an indicator of why New Zealand wines will be even more successful in the future.

Philip Gregan, CEO New Zealand Wine Growers

Graham Norton Sauvignon Blanc has proved widley successful, and is currently the fastest growing New Zealand wine brand in the UK.

Drinks Business Feb 2019

Graham Norton
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