Made from 50% Shiraz and 50% Cabernet, this Racy Rosé comes from Bremerton in South Australia’s Langhorne Creek and is the perfect pink drop to enjoy on a warm summer afternoon over an antipasto plate.
The intensity and passion in this Rosé draws on Led Zeppelin's Whole Lotta Love for inspiration - continuing Clare Valley's Claymore Wines' rich tradition of having fun with their wines, naming them after their favourite songs, albums and artists.
With Bird in Hand’s characteristic attention to detail, they’ve made this appealing Rosé from Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir and maintained its fresh, lively characters thanks to the cool fermentation of each grape parcel.
Bunkers is a celebration of Margaret River's greatest surf breaks and serious regional wines for not so serious people - and their Rosé is full of as much vibrancy and excitement as the Windmills break it is named after.
Named after the large lion-adorned iron gates guarding their Pokolbin vineyards, Leogate Estate is a Hunter favourite. Their delightful 2012 Rosé made from Shiraz follows the Gold-medal winning 2011 vintage and looks set to repeat the success.