Moy Hall Martinborough Rosé 2018

Rose from New Zealand - Wairarapa & Wellington
Review Date : 17-Dec-2018
Bright, very pale salmon-pink colour, lighter on the rim. The nose is fresh and taut with finely bound aromas of red cherry and strawberry fruit along with subtle notes of fresh herbs and red florals, and mouthwatering chalky minerals. The aromatics build in concentration with aeration. Dry to taste and medium-bodied, the palate has a rich and deep, rounded core of sweet strawberry and cherry fruit with hints of redcurrants and herbs. The mouthfeel is smooth in texture and flows seamlessly with soft acidity lending energy. Lifted red florals emerge as the wine carries along a very fine-textured, thirst-quenching line, leading to a lingering, finely concentrated finish. This is a taut, but seamless-flowing dry rosé with strawberry, cherry and curranty flavours on a refined, thirst-quenching palate. Serve as an aperitif, with antipasto and tapas over the next 2 years. A blend of 60% Pinot Noir, destemmed and fermented to dryness with 2 months aging on lees and 40% Syrah, half destemmed and half WBP, the wine at 12.0% alc. and 6.9 g/L RS. 2730 bottles made. 18.0/20 Dec 2018 RRP $28.00

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