Which Way Is Up? Rose

Vibrant coral pink. Rich yet elegant characters of strawberries, cream and tropical fruit. The palate has great mouthfeel that wraps around a pristine lengthy acid line. This dry wine is a perfect wine to enjoy chilled on a warm summer’s day.

Born Rose Organic

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Noble Fellows Princess Petunia Marlborough Pinot Rosé

Noble Fellows Pinot Rosé is bursting with seriously good taste. A New Zealand wine with a reputation for quality, indulge in the delightful flavours of strawberry, cherries and cranberries finished with vibrant acidity. Serve chilled for maximum enjoyment.

Liv Lighter Rose

Bright strawberries and subtle cherry with a refreshing mineral finish. This charming lighter in alcohol red at just 9% is the perfect drop when looking for a lower in alcohol alternative.

Jacob's Creek Le Petit Rosé

A fresh and delicate Rosé by Jacob's Creek showcasing a modern Australian approach and premium fruit from selected blocks of Pinot Noir, Grenache and Mataro. Taste of vibrant varietal flavours and a lovely textural, chalky acidity lead to a soft, generous yet restrained finish.

Evans & Tate Metricup Rose

Perfumed, leafy and red berry aromas lead into a layered, pulpy but refreshingly dry palate with a lovely talcy texture that is enhanced with the wine being served chilled.

Blue Pyrenees Bone Dry Rosé

This Rosé is made from early harvested Pinot Noir from the Blue Pyrenees Estate. The colour is beautifully pale salmon pink with lovely flavours of glazed cherries, strawberries and cream. A great example of balance of acidity with fruits on the palate with a crisp finish.

Kylie Minogue Signature Rose

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De Bortoli Prosecco Rosé

Lovely pale Rosé colour. Light and fragrant with notes of brioche, wild strawberry and pomegranate. Gentle creamy flavours, fine bubbles, fresh as a daisy and very drinkable.

Mateus Rosé

Mateus Rose is perfectly suited to Australia's climate and lifestyle. Served chilled its light sweet fruit flavour is great with alfresco meals or as a refreshing drink just by itself.