Beautifully delicate and ranging from a slight blush or orange hue to a vibrant pink, Rosé wine can be made from an array of different red grapes.
Unlike Pinot Gris or Pinot Noir, Rosé is not a grape variety. No matter how many vineyards you explore, you will never find a pink grape. Rosé is made in a similar way to red wine, grown from red wine grapes but with less time to ferment with the grape skins. This gives Rosé its recognisable pink colouring and a much-loved lighter, crisper flavour.
Rosé is summer in a glass. Aromatics of freshly picked strawberries and raspberries combine with fresh herbs and spring blossoms. The flavours on the palate are reminiscent of juicy watermelon and red cherries, finishing with a crisp refreshing texture. To be enjoyed year-round!
Best served chilled and enjoyed on warm summer days with fresh alfresco fare. Particularly perfect with smoked salmon and seafood.
Our Private Bin Rosé is made from Merlot grapes while our Cellar Selection and The Attorney are Pinot Noir grapes.