This third generation farm was originally purchased in 1946 as a mixed grain and livestock farm. The 1220 hectare property sits on rugged land that is over 2 million years old. The name for Alkoomi comes from the Aboriginal word meaning “a place we chose”. Vineyards planted in 1971 quickly led way to a winery built in 1979. The Lange family quickly became ambassadors for the emerging Frankland River wine region and are considered the pioneers of this exciting, if remote, region in Western Australia. With over 100 hectares of estate vineyards, Sandy and Rod Hallett are growing beautiful Bordeaux varietals thanks to the well draining gravelly loam soils and long, cool ripening conditions of Frankland River. They are committed to being as green as possible – farming without herbicides or pesticides, all water used in the vineyards is collected rain water, and they have been fully solar powered since 2013.

  • Sauvignon Blanc/Semillon
  • Riesling
  • Rose
  • Cabernet Sauvignon 
  • Cabernet/Merlot