Handpicked Regional Selection Rosé 2018
Yarra Valley, Australia This wine was grown at our Highbow Hill Vineyard north of Yarra Glen township. The soils are sandy loam over clay and gravel over Yarra Valley mudstone. The Pinot Noir and Marsanne were planted in 1998. Varietal: Pinot Noir 95%, Marsanne 5% The colour is a clear light salmon, what the French would call “eye of partridge”. The nose has vibrant red fruit and spice aromas, and the palate is surprisingly weighty with juicy fruit flavours and savoury complexity enhanced by great texture. This wine is perfect for sipping on its own and will pair handsomely with a range of foods - pan fried rainbow trout with new potatoes, smoked salmon and cucumber sandwiches, sushi.
Handpicked Regional Selection Rosé 2019
2019 Regional Selections Handpicked x Gorman Yarra Valley Rosé
- A collaboration with our friends at Gorman fashion house.
- Pinot Noir from Highbow Hill Vineyard
This rosé combines juicy fruit and savoury interest.Season
The 2019 season was warm and very dry. Harvest was early and meticulous attention to developing ripeness and harvest timing was rewarded with balanced fruit of great flavour intensity and fresh natural acidity.Winemaking
This wine is made with Pinot Noir grapes from our Highbow Hill Vineyard in Yarra Glen. The fruit was pressed gently and slowly, picking up just enough colour on the way. The wine had a short maturation in tank and older oak and is made to drink now while fresh and youthful.Tasting Note
The colour is a clear light salmon. The nose has vibrant red fruit and spice aromas, and the palate has juicy fruit flavours and savoury notes. This wine is perfect for sipping on its own and will pair handsomely with a range of foods. A youthful wine made to drink while young and fresh.Region
Highbow Hill Vineyard is in planted on rolling hills north of Yarra Glen township. The soils are sandy loam over clay and gravel over Yarra Valley mudstone. The Pinot Noir vines were planted in 1998. The Yarra Valley is a cool climate wine region on river plains and rolling hills at the foot of the Great Dividing Range east of Melbourne. Vines were first planted here in 1838, just a few years after Melbourne was founded. After a short and promising heyday, dry wines fell out of favour and other rural industries dominated until the late-1960s, when a resurgence in winegrowing laid the foundations for today’s vibrant industry.Food Match
- Pan fried rainbow trout with new potatoes, smoked salmon and cucumber sandwiches, sushi, vegetarian frittata, antipasto.
- Crisp & Refreshing
- Soft & Fruity