Alkoomi

Red 5 Star Rated Winery – By James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion 2018

Alkoomi – the Aboriginal word meaning ‘a place we chose’ – is one of Australia’s largest family owned and
operated wine producers. The original 1220 hectare property was purchased by Sandy’s grandparents, and
initially operated as a mixed grain and livestock farm, in the cool yet sunny region of Frankland River, 330kms
south of Perth. Their son, Merv and daughter-in-law Judy, took over the property and in 1971 made the bold
decision to plant the very first vines. Since July 1st 2010, ownership was passed to the second generation –
daughter Sandy and son-in-law Rod, both of whom have been instrumental in the successful running of the
vineyard and winery for many years and who now oversee the substantial operation of modern winery, 102
ha of vines and a large olive grove.

WHITE LABEL

2017 Late Harvest

2017 Riesling
Trophy & Gold – Perth Royal Wine Show 2017

2016 Sauvignon Blanc
4 Stars – By Winestate
3 Stars – By Huon Hooke

2017 Semillon Sauvignon Blanc

2016 Chardonnay
Bronze – Royal Adelaide Wine Show
3 Stars – By Huon Hooke

2017 Rose
New Vintage

2014 Cabernet Merlot
4 Stars – By Winestate

2014 Shiraz
3 Stars – By Huon Hooke

 

BLACK LABEL

2016 Riesling
95 Points – By Huon Hooke
95 Points – By Gourmet Traveller
94 Points – By James Halliday
93 Points – By Ray Jordan

2016 Sauvignon Blanc
95 Points – By James Halliday
8.8/10 Points – By Max Crus
90 Points – By Huon Hooke
4 Stars – By Winestate

2016 Chardonnay
Gold – International Wine Challenge
95+ Points – The Asian Chardonnay Masters 2017
91 Points – By Huon Hooke

2014 Malbec
94 Points – By James Halliday

2014 Shiraz Viognier
4 Stars – By Jane Thomson
Top Gold – Royal Adelaide Wine Show

2016 Cabernet Sauvignon

ICON

2016 Melaleuca – Riesling
94 Points – By Aus Wine, Andrew Graham
94 Points – By James Halliday
93 Points – By The Wine Front

2013 Wandoo – Semillon
93 Points – By The Winefront

2010 Blackbutt – Cab Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Malbec
9.2/10 – By Max Crus

2011 Jarrah – Shiraz
93 Points – By Ray Jordan
93 Points – By The Wine Review
92 Points – By The Winefront