Omrah Chardonnay, Plantagenet wines 2005
Wine pale straw color.
Well-structured wine with a fresh citrus-based, supplemented creamy texture and refreshing flavors of melon and fruit.
Wine with subtle hints of apple, peach, melon and fresh nutmeg subtle aroma of mandarin peels.
Wine is well served with seafood and fish.
Mark Omrah emerged in the late 80s. the last century. Australian winemakers burned idea to get a good quality Chardonnay without aging in oak barrels, which could be sold at a reasonable price. It so happened that for the first production of this wine was chosen vineyard Omrah. Brand got its name in honor of the vineyard.
Omra wine Chardonnay made from grapes grown in the regions of Mount Baker and Pemberton. Both have approximately the same vineyard soils in both regions practice similar methods of care for vineyards.
Company name Plantagenet Wines takes its name not only from the place in which it is located, but also from history. In 1968, an immigrant from England, Tony Smith, who considers himself a descendant of the royal Plantagenet dynasty, its small capital invested in the purchase of the estate Bouverie in Western Australia, in the region of Plantagenet. Initially, he planted vines two varieties: Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, then three years later added a Riesling. The first wine from the vineyards of Tony Smith has a dense base with elegant notes of spices and fruits.