Bone Dry Drinks Bone Dry Rosé
5th generation winemaker, Simon Gilbert, crafted this Rosé from a blend of Franco-Italian varietals (Petit Verdot, Cabernet Primitivo, Sangiovese and Merlot). The product label is a design from artist and former front man of Sneaky Sound System, Daimon Downey. This wine is crisp, refreshing and dry as a bone. Best enjoyed with seafood and sunshine.
Blind Corner Rosé
Pink and fluffy like a pair of novelty handcuffs, this rosé is perfect for when you want to get a little bit naughty, but don't want to go all the way. Blended predominantly from Shiraz grapes, there's a sweet barrel of Semillon thrown in the mix to keep things light and fruity. It was picked, crushed and pressed before being wild-fermented in stainless steel, with a small portion drained from a second pick and wild-fermented in oak. Best enjoyed in the sunshine with a carefree state of mind.
Hunter Collective Olsen Rosé
Made by young gun winemaker Gwyn Olsen from premium Hunter Valley fruit, this is a Rosé that you'll want to have on hand for any occasion. The delicious berry and musk flavours are an ideal match for fresh salads, seafood and smoked salmon.
Estandon Saint Louis de Provence Rosé
Oily and rich, yet pristine and super fine. The Estandon Saint Louis de Provence Rosé has earthy redcurrants, aniseed spice, crunchy acidity and a fleshy long finish that belies the brilliantly pale colour. It's a delightful summer drinking.
Lovers Not Toreadors Rosé
Lovers Not Toreadors Rosé has fresh generous cherry, strawberry, herb aromas, supple textures and seductive mineral length make this an ideal lovers' wine.
De Bortoli Rosé Rosé
148 Browns Road Family Reserve Mornington Peninsula Rose
148 Browns Road Family Reserve Mornington Peninsula Rose 2017 A delicate raspberry bouquet is lifted by refreshing spring florals in this summery fragrant Rose. Bright and vibrant cranberry notes on the palate with a dry crisp finish the perfect balance of fresh acidity and juicy berry sweetness makes this wine perfect for long lazy lunches in the sun.
Risky Business Pinot Noir Rosé
Cheapest by 28%Risky Business Pinot Noir Rose 2019$16.99 eachIn cases of 6$102 total$2.27 per 100mLHistory:
94 pointsRisky Business Pinot Noir Rose 750mL$23.75 eachIn any 6$3.17 per 100mLHistory:
94 pointsRisky Business Pinot Noir Rose 750mL$24.00 eachIn any 6$3.20 per 100mLHistory:
Risky Business Pinot Noir Rose$25.00 eachIn cases of 12$300 total$3.33 per 100mLHistory:
Rebuli Sparkling Rosè
Its an innovating and young product, with a resolute character. It is a well-balanced and harmonic wine. Its taste is intense and persistent. Rosé matches Italian hors-doeuvre, fish and light meat in an elegant way. Intense and fine, fruity raspberry, wild strawberry, pink grapefruit, almond, floral notes of rose and balsamic notes.
Squealing Pig Pinot Noir Rosé
This is a classic from the Marlborough. On the nose, it's filled with confected strawberry and apricot aromas. With a drop like this, you'll be as happy as a pig in mud on a summer's day.
Dandelion Vineyards Fairytale of the Barossa Rose
The aromatics are true to type, initially delicate, even shy. Then as the glass warms a melange of spices including cardamom with hints of Lily of the Valley. The palate has drying raspberry entry followed by raspberries more fresh and zingy. All in all a long palate that really saturates your tastebuds with flavour. Please serve chilled. If you serve this wine at room temperature much of the magic of the Fairytale will be lost.
Cheapest by 19%Dandelion Vineyards Fairytale of the Barossa Rose 2018$18.99 eachIn cases of 6$114 total$2.53 per 100mLHistory:
Dandelion Vineyards Fairytale of the Barossa Rose 2019$20.99 eachIn cases of 12$252 total$2.80 per 100mLHistory:
Dandelion Vineyards Fairytale of the Barossa Rosé 2018$23.40 eachIn any 12$3.12 per 100mLHistory: