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Frankland Estate

Established by Barrie Smith and Judi Cullam in 1988, Frankland Estate is located in the Frankland River region of Western Australia. Having both grown up around winemaking, the pair decided to diversity their faming interest and wool business after touring the French wine regions in 1985. The pair is now assisted on the winemaking side by their children Elizabeth and Hunter as well as winemaker Brian Kent.With the belief that the sensitivity of Riesling grapes make them capable of transmitting terroir better than any other white grape variety, Frankland Estate is famed for its single vineyard Rieslings that truly showcase the soils of the vineyard to which theyÕre planted.Conversion to organic viticulture at Frankland Estate began in 2005, prohibiting the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides and fungicides. It makes sense; the Frankland River region is so isolated that it is almost free of pests and disease. It is isolated, that the vineyard surrounding the estate was aptly named Isolation Hill.
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  1. Frankland Estate 'Rocky Gully' Riesling 2021
    Made to enjoy in its youth the Rocky Gully Riesling displays generosity of flavour and delicacy making it an ideal accompaniment with a wide range of foods and occasions. Fresh pear and citrus blossom aromas, as well as bath salt ... Learn More
  2. Frankland Estate Riesling 2021
    Smells of wet stone and talc mixed with yellow citrus peel and floral tones jump from the glass. A juicy crystalline Riesling on both the nose and palate. The mouth feel is textural and juicy with a long finish of ... Learn More
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  3. Frankland Estate Isolation Ridge Museum Release Riesling 2011
    Exceptional balance and a natural high acidity carry the wine now and for years to come. ... Learn More
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