Turkey Flat Rose

$25.00 per bottle

4 in stock

Sommelier Notes

The Barossa Valley has the perfect climate and ideal grape varieties to produce Rosé. It is a wine style that should be enjoyed fresh and chilled.

Having been amongst the first to lead the great Rosé revival, it has been interesting to watch the popularity of this wine style grow.

Bucking the notion that Rosé is an afterthought, our 'Prince of Pink' has a special place in our hearts & is crafted with a clear purpose. We create the lifted palate of bright, primary fruits by placing rosey-cheeked Grenache in its starring role. The considered additions of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon & Mataro add tannin and intriguing elements of spice & herbaceousness that have come to be this wine's hallmark.

Sourced from specific sites achieving perfect yields promoting prominent primary fruit while retaining appealing palate cleansing crispness.

Enjoy with: Friends, under a tree, with Asian or Spanish inspired spicy or seafood dishes. Best served chille

Awards Notes

'It's not far short of perfect; the drinkability factor here is immensely high. Rose petals, cherries and strawberries, ripe but not overtly sweet, with spice and herb notes and – the coup de grace to any attempt at resistance – texture like velvet'

-Campbell Mattinson

Campbell Mattinson
Halliday Wine Companion

Goes With

  • Raw Fish
  • Lightly Spicy
  • Crayfish/Lobster
  • Salmon/Tuna
  • Whole Roasted Fish
  • Marron
  • Crustacean
Food Matches Raw fish, Lightly spiced curry, Crayfish/Lobster/Marron/Crustacean, Salmon/Tuna, Whole roasted fish
Varietal Rose
Vintage 2016
Region Barossa Valley
Biodynamic -
Organic -
Vegan -
Cellaring Drink now

Description

The 2016 Rosé is sophisticated and generous on the palate. Pale guava in colour with a body full of fresh peach, tangerine peel and a light touch of strawberry. Supple in texture with purity on the finish. Delightful, playful and stunning in the sunshine.

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