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2016 St Hallett Rose

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If you are going to make a Rosé in the Barossa Valley, the choices are Shiraz or Grenache and we are pleased St. Hallett chose Grenache for their version because Grenache grapes can offer sweetness as well as savoury elements. In this striking pink wine you’ll find a vivid concoction of raspberry and strawberries and a touch of citrus. The palate offers immense refreshment with red fruits and a little savoury flavour before mouthwatering acids fill out the finish. Get an Indian takeaway for this one and see why Rosé is such a good fit for this style of cuisine.

Winemaker's Notes

Our St Hallett Rosé is a drier style which is almost too easy to drink. A fun wine to drink, made with some serious winemaking! This is a wine of lovely freshness showcasing flavour notes of strawberries and cream.

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2016 St Hallett Rose

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Nick Stock (2007 Vintage) says
You'll have to make it to the cellar door to get your hands on a bottle of this juicy Barossa pink, but it's well worth the detour. Bright attractive brambly berries, one of the darker coloured roses, it has plenty of juicy supple fruits and doesn't rely on sugar to boost it along; nice savoury finish.
Good Australian Wine Guide 2009 2008

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