Fromm ‘La Strada’ Marlborough Rosé 2015

Rose from New Zealand - Marlborough
Review Date : 22-Nov-2015
Bright, light, candy-floss pink with some depth, and light purple hues on the rim. The nose is fresh and elegant with light aromas of strawberries and cream, cherries and cranberries, nuances of watermelon and lifted red florals. The aromatics are tightly bound and grow in depth revealing some suggestions of confectionary. Dry to taste and medium-bodied, the palate possesses a thirst-quenchingly dry core with finely concentrated flavours of strawberries and cream and cranberries. The fruit has sweetness, enlivened by bright, racy acidity, and the wine flows with tension along a dry, phenolic, mouthwatering line. The wine carries to a long, dry, fine-textured finish with red florals. This is a crisp, dry, thirst-quenching rosé with flavours of strawberries and cran, and cranberries with a textural line. Serve with antipasto, canapes and tapas over the next 2 years. A blend of 82% Pinot Noir and 18% Malbec from the ‘Fromm’ and ‘Yarrum’ vineyards, Wairau and Brancott Valleys respectively, given overnight skin contact and tank-fermented to 14.0% alc. and 1 g/L RS. 17.5-/20 Nov 2015 RRP $23.50

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