***FINAL STOCKS OF THIS VINTAGE!***
93 POINTS | Cameron Douglas MS
93 POINTS FIVE STARS | Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
92 POINTS FIVE STARS | Candice Chow, Raymond Chan Wine Reviews
Jules Taylor was awarded 2021 NZ Winemaker of the Year by Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine and over the years she has built a cult following for her excellent Marlborough wines.
Vinted from premium merlot grapes from the sunny Patutahi Valley in Gisborne, this dry style rose is bursting with aromas of yummy summer fruits. Those gorgeous aromas of raspberry, vanilla cream and pomegranate flow through to the palate leaving an effortlessly juicy and dry finish. This is absolutely mouth-watering and bound to have you reaching for another glass. Yum yum!
Cameron Douglas MS writes "Floral, fresh, fragrant and new with scents of peaches and red apple skin, fresh cherry and strawberry flesh.On the palate - a fine silk texture precedes flavours of light red berry fruits and apple skin, there’s some rose and fine mineral qualities. A very fine fruit tannin texture with a refreshing acid line and core fruit flavours deliver a wine of purity and excellence."
Sam Kim, Wine Orbit writes "Exquisite and fine, the wine shows white flesh stone fruit, lemon pith, strawberry and floral aromas on the nose, followed by an elegantly weighted palate offering bright fruit flavours with fine focus and silky flow. Vibrant and mouth-watering with a charming finish."
Candice Chow, Raymond Chan Wine Reviews writes "Bright, even, pale blush pink. The nose is gentle, with aromas of strawberry and raspberry underlined by minerals and a hint of floral. Medium-light bodied, dry to taste, aromas of strawberry and raspberry melded with a touch of spice, floral and a savoury edge. The fruit is vibrant with depth and a savoury element; subtle fine-textured phenolics contribute to weight and mouthfeel. This attractive rosé is vibrant with red fruit, balanced with a hint of savouriness flows effortlessly on a textural palate."