Mount Horrocks Rosé 2017

  • 2017 Mount Horrocks Rosé


    300 cases produced

    Stephanie has always been a lover of lunchtime rosé. A regular visitor to Europe, over the years she has studied the finest she could discover around France. Her first release is modeled on the light, dry, savoury versions with a freshness and purity of fruit rarely seen in Europe. The perfect afternoon tea tipple.

    Taking shiraz fruit from the Alexander Vineyard, the juice is allowed a very short skin contact time where it picks up its beautiful blushing pink hue. Fermented to dryness, this wine tastes of Spring. Another small production that needs to be snapped up quick!

    Tasting Notes

    Delicate pink hue. Fragrant red berry fruits, florals and a touch of spice.

    Light, tight, and bright, this is a tangy fresh, scintillating rose redolent in raspberry, strawberry and red currant notes. Crunchy acidity leads to a lingering finish on a most vibrant wine. An ideal aperitif or alfresco wine to wet one’s whistle. Serve fresh from the chiller but not ice-cold so you may enjoy the fine fruit flavours.

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