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Established in 1971 by Merv and Judy Lange, Alkoomi has grown from a single hectare to be one of Western Australia's largest family-owned and operated wineries, with a vineyard of over 100ha. Now owned by Merv and Judy's daughter, Sandy Hallett, and her husband Rod, Alkoomi is continuing the tradition of producing high quality wines which showcase the Frankland River region. Alkoomi is actively reducing its environmental footprint; future plans will see the introduction of new varietals. Alkoomi operates cellar doors in Albany and at the winery (which also has a function centre). Exports to all major markets.
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Alkoomi Wines is one of WA's largest family owned and operated wine producers. Owners, Sandy and Rod Hallett, together with their children, Laura, Emily and Molly represent the third and fourth generation living and working on the Alkoomi property in Frankland River. It is this family's love and commitment to the place they chose in the Great Southern, as well as Alkoomi's unique combination of gravelly loam soils, warm sunny days and cool nights during the ripening season that produce grapes of intense varietal character and a sense of place.
Chalet Accommodation at Alkoomi WinesTwo self-contained chalets are situated on the Alkoomi property and sleep up to seven people each. Linen and towels are provided. BBQ facilities are available. If these are fully booked, we will be pleased to advise you of other chalets, B&B or camping grounds located in the Frankland River district. For bookings please phone: (08) 9855 2229, email email@example.com or fill in the enquiry form below for further information.
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