Jules Taylor Gisborne Rosé 2018

Rose from New Zealand - Gisborn
Review Date : 05-Sep-2018
Bright, light, cerise pink with some depth and pale purple hues on the rim. The nose is softly fresh with bright and fragrant aromas of cherries and raspberries with pomegranate notes, along with an amalgam of fresh and dark herbs, red florals and mouthwatering mineral elements. The fruit forms a deep core. Dry to taste, the fruit is sweet and juicy with flavours of raspberries, cherries and pomegranate, along with subtle notes of fresh herbs with floral lift and thirst-quenching minerals. The fruit is bright and lively, forming a fresh, but rounded and packed core, with light, slippery acidity underlining the fruit. The wine flows smoothly to an elegant finish. This is a sweet-fruited dry rosé with flavours of raspberries, cherries and pomegranate, with herb and mouthwatering minerals on a rounded core with a slippery line. Match with antipasto and tapas over the next 2 years. Predominantly Merlot fruit from the ‘Briant’ vineyard, Gisborne and a small amount of Pinot Noir from the ‘Meadowbank’ vineyard Marlborough, given a small amount of skin contact and cool-fermented to 13.0% alc. and 1.1 g/L RS. 17.5/20 Sep 2018 RRP $23.90

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