Our Rosé Wines
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Pinot Noir Rosé
What Do I Eat With Pinot Noir Rosé?
Serve Pinot Noir Rosé with planked salmon, grilled chicken or ripe Brie cheese.
PINOT NOIR ROSÉ VARIETIES:
Pinot Noir Rosé – Our Platinum Wine Collection
Bursting with the aromas and flavours of strawberry jam, complimented by raspberries, rhubarb and floral notes. Juicy on the palate, it’s exquisitely balanced with a luxuriously smooth mouthfeel.
Details: 6 Weeks. Labels Included. | Unoaked | Medium Body |Dry |
What Do I Eat With Rosé?
Serve Rosé with Italian paninis or an Israeli cous cous salad.
French Rosé – New & Old World Grape Varieties
Made in the classic French rosé style, it is light bodied and pink in colour with spiced strawberry and crisp, citrus aromas. The palate features fresh strawberry flavours with a refreshing fruity finish.
Details: 4 Weeks. Labels Not Included. | Unoaked | Medium Body | Dry |
What Do I Eat With White Zinfandel?
Serve White Zinfandel with Atlantic lobster or grilled lemon halibut.
WHITE ZINFANDEL VARIETIES:
California White Zinfandel – New & Old World Grape Varieties
This easy drinking, classically California style blush offers fresh floral notes on the nose and pleasing berry flavours with a soft, off-dry finish on the palate.
Details: 4 Weeks. Labels Not Included. | Unoaked | Light Body | Off Dry |
What Do I Eat With Zinfandel Blush?
Serve Zinfandel Blush with mushroom quiche or rosemary and cheese flatbread.
ZINFANDEL BLUSH VARIETIES:
Zinfandel Blush – Everyday Table Wine
With just a hint of rosé, this light wine is fruity, refreshing and easy drinking. Fresh raspberries dominate the palate in this wine.
Details: 4 Weeks. Labels Not Included. | Unoaked | Light Body | Dry |