2019 Barossa Valley Rose

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2018 Barossa Valley Rose

2020 Wine Companion (James Halliday)

95 Points - Made from early picked grenache from a very old vineyard in Koonunga. Rose petal aromas, and the bright pale pink colour don't prepare you for the impact of the savoury edge to the core of red fruits making this a great food wine from Chinese to Lebanese, Greek to Indian - the list goes on.

Drink by: 2021

QWine (www.qwinereviews.com)

91 Points - The trickle of new 2018 wines is starting to form a stream. A tidy spot of pink delish here from the Barossan hands of Andrew Seppelt.
A riot of red berries and Turkish Delight greet you. Almost leaping from the glass in many respects. A hint of pink flower type aromas flanks the edge. Dry, creamy and smashable probably sum it up best.

Picnics in the sunshine done easy.

Drink now.

Steve Leszczynski
qwinereviews.com, February 2018


2017 Winemaker's Selection Rose


2019 Wine Companion

95 Points - Old vine Grenache, hand-picked, destemmed, open-fermented in a used French hogshead, 28 days on skins, matured for 3 months. 25 dozen made. Fragrant rose petal aromas, backed by spice, introduce a high-quality rose. Bone dry, bright and fresh, with small red berry flavours and lingering aftertaste. Impossible to find any chink in the armour of perfection

Drink 2020

James Halliday
2019 Wine Companion