Portone Pinot Grigio Rose
From Italy's northern Veneto region, the small addition of Pinot Noir provides the wines coppery pink hue. Subtle floral and pear aromas lead to a gentle palate weight with an underlying acid drive.
The Ned Pinot Rose
The Greeks first made Rose 26 centuries ago when they settled in Provence, the oldest wine growing region in France. The light colour of Rose is a result of the short amount of time the grape and skins stay in contact after being crushed. Today, hundreds of years later, Rose continues to gain popularity, and regions like Marlborough are now producing outstanding medal winning Roses like this one! The Ned Pinot Rose, Trophy Winner at Sydney International Wine Competition 2017 is all about summer berries matched with a creamy texture. The acidity is well balanced with just the slightest hint of structure from the Pinot Noir.