Tin Shed implies that this is small batch, artisan winemaking at its finest and that’s what you get from this Barossa outfit. This very smart Rosé combines all the best varietals from the region including; Grenache, Mourvedre, Shiraz as well as a splash of Sangiovese. It’s lifted with toffee apple aromas as well as raspberry and violets and delivers a refreshing strawberry cordial hit that is dry and moreish. They call it the all day Rosé because it can be drunk for breakfast, lunch or dinner or any time the mood takes you.
This wine reminds us of the local country shows we loved as kids; toffee apples and candy floss jump out of the glass. Toss in some fresh strawberries and you have the 2016 Rosé.
On a more technical note, the wine is from a single vineyard near Springton in the south of the Eden Valley district and includes Grenache, Sangiovese, Mourvedre and of course Shiraz.
Try it with your bacon and eggs for breakfast, your fish for lunch or BBQ dinner and you will see why we call it the All Day Rosé.