£6.75£6.75 per 75cl
A delightful sparkling rose bursting with red berry flavours and delicate bubbles. Tons of strawberry and raspberry, a little bit of a citrus twist and masses of bubbles make this rose a real delight. Great aperitif or party starter.
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McGuigan, one of Australia's most celebrated wineries, is based in Dublin (no not that Dublin, the one in Southern Australia) and it specialises in coupling well-established vines (up to 70 years) with ultra-modern wine-making techniques. The result is wines like this Black Label Rose, a superbly crisp and delicious tipple with masses of teasing fizz. Made from Shiraz grapes, this rose is full of cherry and strawberry flavours and is surprisingly versatile, with the fresh characters being a perfect match with seafood and chicken, or simply enjoy it on its own for any celebration.
Wine of South Eastern, Australia
Country of Origin
Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
Rosé Grape Blend
This is a luscious fruit driven rosè, full of lovely ripe strawberry, sweet cherry and refreshing rose water flavours that are complemented by a delicate pink hue. Delicious on its own or as the perfect match to summer salads or quiche Lorraine.
McGuigan Wines was established to celebrate the culmination of 3 generations of wine growing by the McGuigan family. Founder Brian McGuigan adopted the central symbol of the family crest, the lion, to reflect inspiration & the McGuigan's enduring spirit & passion for producing great quality Australian wine. Today Brian's brother, Neil McGuigan, is at the helm of McGuigan Wines & continues the proud family tradition. IWSC Winemaker of the Year-2009/11/12/16 & IWC White Winemaker of the Year-2009/12/13/19
Fruit was carefully selected from various regions to balance style & flavour profile of the wine. The climate is hot with high evaporation rates & generally low rainfall making irrigation essential. The climate is also continental resulting in long sunny days & noticeably cooler nights. Modern viticultural & winemaking techniques mean that the climate can be seen as one of the region's strengths.
The fruit was crushed, de-stemmed and immediately clarified. Fermentation followed with inoculation using selected yeast strains. Fermentation was carried out at cool temperatures and lasted for 2 weeks. Post fermentation the wine was racked of the ferment lees and remained on light lees until blended.
Australian Vintage (Europe) Ltd
Australian Vintage (Europe) Ltd.
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smooth rose wine
This wine is delicious smooth and not too acidic. Very pleasant and well worth the money.
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lovely rose wine
A lovely rose not to dry and not too sweet.
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