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Alkoomi Grass Tree Frankland River Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2017

Alkoomi Grass Tree Frankland River Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2017 x12

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Freshly cut grass and apples melded with upfront tropical flavours. Fresh acidity and a crisp dry finish with good length and richness on the finish.

Wine Region

FRANKLAND RIVER

Drink Until

2020

Varieties

Semillon Sauvignon Blanc

Alcohol

12.5%

Foods

An ideal apertif or accompaniment to shellfish, seafood dishes and green salads.

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

Pale straw with bright green hues..

Nose

Hints of freshly cut grass, tropical fruits, gooseberry aromas and light citrus notes.

Palate

Freshly cut grass and apples melded with upfront tropical flavours. Fresh acidity and a crisp dry finish with good length and richness on the finish.

Background

The Alkoomi vineyards and winery of Merv and Judy Lange are located in the Frankland River district of Western Australia's Great Southern wine region. Since climatic conditions are similar to those of Bordeaux in France, it is not suprising that this region produces some of the best wines made in Australia. The name Alkoomi is taken from the local Aboriginal dialect and means 'a place we choose'. The logo represents a distinctive Australian plant which grows in the area

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