Myrtaceae Winery produce highly regarded Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from their picturesque valley on the Mornington Peninsula.
What we did
- Web Application Development, Online Bookings
- SEO Optimisation, Website & Domain Rescue
- Responsive Web Design
John & Julie Trueman
What a fantastic web page...and its ours!!
A big thank you to Ian at WebsiteWise for your professionalism, patience and guidance. It has been an exciting development made possible by your expertise, explanations and initiatives.
Great Work :)
WebsiteWise began our association with the team at Myrtaceae Winery, (pronounced Mer-tay-see), in 2015 when their domain name expired and they couldn't reach their web developer. We transferred the domain into the correct names and restored their emails and website. This year Myrtaceae were notified their website would no longer be hosted on the current server and they had a month to find alternative arrangements, (not something you expect to hear from your 'professional' web developer!). WSW went to work to develop a new site and ensured Myrtaceae maintained an online presence with a holding page in the interim. The main brief for the new website was easy navigation on all devices and to incorporate an Art Deco flair in the graphic design, as they were in the process of re-designing the Myrtaceae branding and bottle labels.
WebsiteWise provided a gorgeous looking, responsive website to showcase both their wines and the winery's stunning location. Web applications developed for this site include Our Wines, Testimonials, Photo Gallery, Staff, FAQs and Blog, all of which can be updated and maintained by the Myrtaceae staff via the CMS platform. Site visitors can easily find information on current 2016 wines, vintage stock, and can book group cellar door wine tastings online. The site has social media integration and is fully scalable to become e-commerce in the future should Myrtaceae decide to sell their wines online. We have loved the challenge of working on this project and look forward to a long working relationship with the team at Myrtaceae.