The Shiraz and Merlot fruit for this Rosé was sourced from Logan’s Apple Tree Flat vineyard located near Mudgee in NSW’s Central Ranges. After crushing the grapes were held on skins for an average of two hours resulting in a delightful colour.
The label of this Sangiovese Rosé depicts a butterfly that represents Yalumba’s lifecycle approach to their sustainable winemaking practices, leaving nothing to chance when protecting the essential elements of the environment.
“The strength of a Cabernet Rosé is its versatility and this 2014 vintage offers enough weight and pronounced fruit to pair well with the savouriness of the Japanese pancake in the Wine Selectors 2016 Calendar” - Alistair Purbrick.
Share the joy of long, lazy alfresco lunches with this Relaxing Rosé twin pack. Including the food-friendly Blue Pyrenees Pinot Noir Rosé 2013 and Hugh Hamilton The Floozie Sangiovese Rosé 2014, plus two Schott Zwiesel glasses, it’s just $40.