Plantagenet `Omrah` Sauvignon Blanc 2009 (6 x 750mL), WA.

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Overview

A supple yet lithe palate with a fine core of crunchy acid running the length of the palate with loads of mouth watering, vibrant fruit flavours. A harmonious wine with a crisp clean finish and fantastically long flavours. A very savvy Sav. Enjoy now.

Region:
WA - Other Western Australian
State:
Western Australia
Country:
Australia

Expert Reviews

Light straw-green; a pungent bouquet of herb, asparagus and grass predictably leads into a zesty palate, with lemon/lime characters taking the driver's seat. Rating 90 - James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion Edition 2011

This is what sauvignon blanc tasted like before we could spell it. Brightyet about as far from cross-Tasman as you can get. Rating 86 - Max Crus, Northern Star Newspaper, Lismore NSW(01/May/2010)

This is a clever blend of leaner Mount barker savvy withsome riper Pemberton fruit. It’s created a creamy, rich blend with a nice touch of lemon butter

with livelygooseberry and herbal characters. Zippy crunchy finish.Rating 89 - Ray Jordan, The West Australian, Fresh Magazine (15/Apr/2010)

Winery Tasting Notes

Colour

Pale straw with subtle green hues

Aroma

Punchy lantana and gooseberries aromas with an undercurrent of vanilla lemon curd and a waft of wet stones.

Palate

A supple yet lithe palate with a fine core of crunchy acid running the length of the palate with loads of mouth watering, vibrant fruit flavours. A harmonious wine with a crisp clean finish and fantastically long flavours. A very savvy Sav. Enjoy now.

Vintage
2009
Region
WA - Other Western Australian
Grape Style
Sauvignon Blanc
Closure Type
Screwcap closure
Alcohol
12.9%

Winery Profile

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Plantagenet takes its name not only from its home, but also from its heritage. In 1968 in a stroke of serendipity English migrant Tony Smith, himself a descendent of the Plantagenet's, invested his small inheritance in a farm called Bouverie in Western Australia’s Plantagenet Shire.

He first planted Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon followed by Riesling three years later.

The first wines from these young vines were tight and lean and showed the elegant spice and fruit characters for which this area was to become known.

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