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Plantagenet’s Omrah bottling pioneered newwave
Australian Chardonnay, a style epitomized
by this bright, crisp and unoaked white.
What You Need To Know
Plantagenet was one of the first
wineries in Australia’s Great Southern, a vast coastal region south
of Perth. Its cool, sea-chilled climate means that grapes ripen
slowly and retain the natural acidity that’s key to creating vibrant
wines. Omrah is the winery’s entry-level line, offering wines that
show the finesse of Plantagenet’s acclaimed flagship bottlings
at more reasonable prices. The 2011 Omrah Chardonnay was
made by distinguished winemaker John Durham, who has since
left Plantagenet. Durham aged the wine in stainless steel tanks
(not barrels) on its lees, which are the spent yeasts. They add a
creamy texture to its refreshing apple and pear flavors.
Bright, clean peach
and apple tones.
Crisp, pure apple, pear
and citrus flavors.
Simply cooked seafood
and poultry dishes.