Wine Region: Frankland River, Western Australia
Grapes: Sauvignon Blanc
Appearance: Pale straw yellow with just a hint of green.
Nose: Slatey, minerally lifted stone fruits and citrus peel.
Palate: A refreshing zingy acid wine with attractive lemon pith, citrus and cut grass notes. Strongly varietal with a crisp edge that finishes fresh and alive.
About The Winery
Founded in 1998, producing from 100% estate-grown grapes, Ferngrove became famous for their Cossack Riesling. Western Australian ancient soils, combined with the cooling influence of the oceans, provide the time required for the grapes to ripen slowly to achieve physiological ripeness.
Ferngrove Wines, in Frankland River, is one of the world’s most isolated wine estates. While this isolation makes the logistics of winemaking tough, it is also what makes Ferngrove wines distinctly different. Proudly Australian-run with the benefits of international ownership, Ferngrove has a deep respect for the land, and is committed to crafting exceptional wines of Western Australia.