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Koolama Estate 2007 Semillon

Region: Pemberton

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A rare WA varietal Semillon with class and staying power … and look at the price!
A Semillon strategically produced to showcase the low awareness of a wine style ideally suited to the karri soils of Pemberton. The wine enjoyed a period of maturation in quality French oak barrels to add a layer of complexity and to ensure the gradual accumulation of richness as the wine continues to age in bottle.

The palate is dry, medium bodied and youthful. A quality wine that may be of interest to those looking at options to the more readily available wine styles in the market.



Koolama Estate. Occupying 34 hectares of undulating terrain nestled amongst the Karri forest just 13 kilometres from Manjimup town centre is Koolama Estate. The vineyard was initially planted in 1999 as a premium grape producer, supplying the majority of the earlier harvests to the Petaluma Wine Group. In 2005, the small syndicate of wine lovers involved in the ownership of Koolama decided to venture into the competitive world of wine production. The Koolama Estate label was then developed for the 2006 vintage.

Since then, the vineyard has continued to remain a grape supplier to various premium labels. With a number of awards received already, which are detailed in our news section, the label has already experienced good success in the short time since it was established. Koolama Estate is aiming to build on this success and to continue to consistently produce excellent fruit.

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Phil May


Entered the wine industry in 1979 when he first began working with his winemaking Uncle at Sevenhill Cellars in the Clare Valley of South Australia. In the mid 1980’s he had the thrill of working alongside Max Schubert, creator of Penfolds Grange Hermitage.  In addition to working in South Australia, the industry has taken him to employment roles in the Yarra Valley, China and Western Australia.