By Amy Looker 

Brookland Valley has released a new range of wines it says reflects the unique terroir and conditions of the Margaret River region.

The Brookland Valley Unison range consists of a Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, a Chardonnay and a Cabernet Sauvignon, which Brookland Valley chief winemaker, Courtney Treacher, said have been crafted to strongly represent the Margaret River region. 

“Margaret River is recognised as one of the world’s premier wine regions, in particular for these grape varieties,” said Treacher. 

“With Unison, we wanted to create a range that boasted minimal interference to encourage natural nuance of flavour, effectively putting the pure characters of the Margaret River region in a bottle.”

The Brookland Valley Unison range has an RRP of $21.99.

It is currently available from independent liquor outlets, with plans to launch in Liquorland and First Choice on June 1.  

The Shout Team

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