Rosé & Pinot Noir
Receive 3 each of the wines below in our Rosé & Pinot Noir varietal dozen.
Bouchard Aine & Fils Rosé, Burgundy, France
Subtle rose-hips, marshmallow and a touch of musk. Soft and gentle, with lingering flavour and a slightly creamy balance. This is a nicely crafted, delicate wine with a poised, dry finish
Breban Villa AIX Rosé, Provence, France
The VILLA AIX AOP Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence rosé wine is produced from a blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah varietals. Grenache empowers the wine while young with elegant aromas of red berries. It gives the wine its body, magnitude and power. The tasty Cinsault varietal originated in the Provence region confers upon rosé wines their freshness, delicacy and fruity touch, while also conveying other nuanced qualities from the other varietals in the blend.
Helen's Hill 'Long Walk' Pinot Noir, Yarra Valley
This Pinot Noir has highly aromatic bouquet with spicy plum aromas leading into a medium-bodied palate with savoury nuances providing a counterpoint to the plummy fruit. The balance and the length cannot be faulted in a wine that does full justice to a great vintage for Pinot Noir in the Yarra Valley.
Muddy Water 'Deliverance' Pinot Noir, North Canterbury, NZ
The evocatively named Deliverance Pinot Noir comes from the first winery in the Waipara Valley to be certified organic, namely Muddy Water Wines.
It was wild yeast fermented in small batches with hand plunging to extract tannin and colour for this medium bodied, super refreshing North Canterbury Pinot Noir, which is nicely balanced by its vibrant acidity and bright fruit flavours. It was matured in French oak for 10 months and rocks a fresh and fruit driven flavour vibe, delivering great value for money with its savoury flavours and impressive tannins.