Arimia is a boutique vineyard and wine producer located in the famous Margaret River region of Western Australia. Situated in the northern part of the region, Arimia is established as one of the most unique, breathtaking destinations the Margaret River has to offer. Straddling both ocean and tree-tops, Arimia represents the classical South West cellar door experience. Setting out to do things slightly differently, the Arimia team produce high-quality wines in a unique style and present them in an inclusive, welcoming setting.

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Arimia is an accomplished and established vineyard that prides itself on retaining a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere. Producing wine in a manner which doesn't follow the herd, the Arimia team has worked hard to maintain the family ethos that established their success. Led by Ann and supported by an exceptional team of wine professionals, including daughters Mia and Ariann, Arimia is regarded by many as a home away from home.

Working alongside friends and family, Arimia is built on a foundation of teamwork and a culture of inclusiveness


Blessed with a diversity of soils, Arimia's vines produce a selection of varieties, which have thrived in ideal growing conditions.

Arimia’s award-winning collection of wine have been carefully designed to compliment your dining experience or to simply sit and enjoy.


Ann Spencer, Mia & Ariann

Ann established Arimia in 1997 and together with her daughters, Mia & Ariann, work to produce wines that stand out from the crowd.

Our family involvement means learning together and sharing our knowledge with our team and guests.

Cameron Haskell

Your visit to Arimia is complimented by meeting Cam, our cellar door & wine manager. Your stay will be welcoming and educational as not only is Cam part of the operational pulse of Arimia but an essential part of the family.

Mark Warren

With a range of accolades and qualifications under his belt, Mark comes to Arimia extremely accomplished in his field. Inspired by the Estate's bold approach to winemaking, Mark has championed varieties not commonly seen in the region in his role as Winemaker.


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