The Omrah range is made by John Durham at Plantagenet from fruit sourced from vineyards throughout Western Australia. The wines have nicely focused fruit with lifted perfumes and good balance and are excellent quality for the price. Fruit is sourced mostly from Plantagenet's own Rocky Horror and Rosetta vineyards, which were harvested in the first 2 weeks of March at between 22.1 and 23.8 brix, and the contracted cool Pemberton and Franklin vineyards. The vineyards all share similar viticultural practices, have deep gravely loam soils, and vertical shoot positioned vines which are irrigated for healthy vine growth. They produced a modest average yield across all vineyards of 4 tonnes per hectare.
|Wine Style||White Chardonna|
|region||Great Southern, Western Australia|
|Region||The Plantagenet winery which is located in the Mount Barker township, a sub-district of the Great Southern region in Western Australia. The area is famous for its premium quality wine production. The cool climate ensures the grapes ripen slowing and it enhances the aromatic qualities of the grapes.|