Rosé is the perfect drink for the warm afternoons and balmy evenings. A charming blush colour this new Rosé wine, is wonderfully refreshing, full of delicate flavours with a crisp finish.
The name Rosa honours our maternal Grandmother, who made a mean batch of scones and was also handy at a game of cards with her friends. She would have enjoyed this wine with them.
Extremely versatile, this Rutherglen Rosé wine is ideal where a white wine might be overwhelmed by the food, or a traditional red would be too robust. Serve it chilled with Asian-inspired seafood, vegetarian and chicken dishes or simply on its own when you can't decide between a white or a red. Best enjoyed while youthful and exuberant, All Saints Rosa should be consumed within two years of vintage.
Made from a blend of Sangiovese (66%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (34%); the Cabernet Sauvignon adds fresh berry aromas and flavours while the Sangiovese adds a delicate underlying savoury note that carrys through the wine on the finish. The two varieties together are perfect for making this style of aromatic dry Rosé.
Traditional rosé is made by macerating red grapes for a short period before pressing and fermenting the pink juice. The 2016 Rosa was macerated on skins for 4 hours then pressed out and fermented. The wine was fermented in stainless steel to preserve the lovely fresh fruit characters, and then bottled in October 2016.
Extremely versatile, Rosé is ideal where a white wine might be overwhelmed by the food, or a traditional red would be too robust. Serve it chilled with lightly spiced Asian inspired vegetarian, fish or chicken dishes.
Best enjoyed for its youthful exuberance, this wine should be consumed within two years of vintage.
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