What started out as an experiment in the winery has turned out to be a cracking full bodied, juicy Rosè.
The french say Rosè, pronounced "Rose aay" so of course as silly as we are we had to call it "Rose B" didn't we? Get it? See what we did there....here all week, try the veal, boom tish.
Sourced from our regular Shiraz vineyard in Victoria's heartland, it was soaked a little on skins overnight, hence its deep rich colour, kissed by our manual basket press and ever so lightly drawn out from there berry homes. This rose then went straight to barrel and fermented slowly and delicately until we had to stop the crew from drinking straight from that barrel.
It's a gutsy Rosè, lots of body, does really well lightly chilled, and goes with pretty much everything!
Don't be afraid of the bottle, it's cork and random quality controlled wax dipping. We only made one barrel, which translated to about 300 bottles so we thought we'd better do something special.