This Barossa valley rose is a real fridge filler for the coming months!
Pale crimson in colour with a refined bouquet encompassing red berry fruit and subtle spice. The palate delivers red berry fruit flavour, with a multi layered texture leading into a crisp, dry finish.
65% Grenache, 25% Shiraz, 10% Mataro
From the Producer
Sourced from a number of established vineyards on the eastern slopes of the Barossa Valley, primarily in the light pass sub-district. Completely de-stemmed with a short maceration (a few hours) sufficient to impart colour and texture. Following a soft pressing, the juice is given a cool fermentation in stainless steel and allowed to ferment close to dry. Maturation on lees in stainless steel adds texture and malolactic fermentation is prevented to ensure vibrancy.
An outstanding vintage, possibly the best in the Barossa Valley in a decade – despite a number of hot contenders. Excellent, balanced and consistent conditions – warm but not too warm, dry but not too dry, crucially cool Autumn nights – have led to intensely flavoured and brilliantly balanced fruit with excellent freshness.
Take it to the Grave was created to deliver interesting and rewarding wines whilst challenging a few established rules and preconceptions. The Take it to the Grave Rose displays the insight and attention to detail required to seize exactly the right moment to create pale and dry Rose.
Don't Pay: $19.00
WBW Rating: 93/100
Region: Barossa Valley, SA
Winemaker: Corey Ryan
Drink now until: 2020
Alc/Vol: 13.5 %
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