Gnangara is an Aboriginal word, the meaning and origin of which is not known, although possibly meaning ‘spring’. The Gnangara wines derive their name from the lake and related aquifer that fed the original Gnangara Shiraz vineyards in the Swan Valley and is a source of drinking water for Perth.
The original Gnangara wines had a purity of fruit expression and flavour impact never before seen in Western Australian wines due to the ability to blend select parcels of fruit from vineyards across WA.
Wines with the Gnangara name have now been made for 45 consecutive years and have returned to the style that made them an Australian favourite.
In addition to this fresh Semillon Sauvignon Blanc, we have also released a delicious Shiraz.
Clear and pale with lime-green hues.
Citrus and fresh cut grass.
Tropical fruit with vibrant lime and snow-pea notes. This dry and refreshing wine is well balanced and has racy acidity.
Best drunk within two years of release, well chilled.Download Tasting Notes
This multi-regional wine highlights two outstanding and diverse Western Australian wine regions. Fruit from the world-renowned Margaret River region adds tropical characters while the cooler-climate Pemberton component lends balance and refreshing acidity to the final wine.
Delightful with a selection of antipasti, or a fine match for a goat's cheese salad.
A lively fruit bowl wine with stacks of tropical fruit characters on the nose and the palate. Passionfruit and other tropical notes on the palate with a crisp, fine acidity to sustain the finish. There's some sweet fruit characters in there. Great with spicy food. Drink now.