Frazer Woods is a small family-owned vineyard in the heart of the world-renowned Willyabrup district of the Margaret River wine region.
In recent years, Frazer Woods has begun to focus on the production of a range of quality sparkling wines.
This has been aided by the input and influence of the legendary Harold Osborne, who has been involved in producing traditionally made sparkling wines in California for decades and was also responsible for the development and refinement of the Pelorus wines made at Cloudy Bay in New Zealand.
John Frazer and Harold embarked on the project of setting up a specialized facility for the traditional production of "methode Champenoise" (as they make it in the Champagne region of France).
John now runs the oldest facility of its type in WA, looking after the sparkling wine requirements of a number of well-known wineries.
Frazer Woods has produced a variety of sparkling wines, including the elegantly refined Frazer Woods Wines Pinot Chardonnay and the rich and complex LaCache Sparkling Shiraz.
All of the wines are made using traditional methods to produce wines of class and complexity that fit in with today's Australian lifestyle, food and drinking habits.