Babich ‘Forbidden Vines’ ‘Weeping Rose’ Marlborough Pinot Noir Rosé 2017

Rose from New Zealand - Marlborough
Review Date : 31-Mar-2018
Bright candy-floss pink with slight peach hues, a little lighter on the rim with hints of purple hues. The nose is soft and moderately deep and concentrated with aromas of savoury strawberries and quince, with watermelon and red florals. Dry to taste and light-medium bodied, the palate has light and soft flavours of savoury strawberries, quince, with light watermelon notes, and red florals. The flavours are up-front and straightforward, and enlivened by fresh acidity. A light, phenolic-threaded line carries the wine to a soft, mouthwatering, dry finish. This is a light, soft dry rosê with savoury strawberry, quince, watermelon and floral flavours on a fresh, thirst-quenching palate. Clones 10/5, 115, 667 and 777 from ‘Park Farm’, Wairau Valley, given 3 hours on skins and fermented to 12.5% alc. and 5 g/L RS. 15.5+/20 Apr 2018 RRP $14.95

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