A delightful pale pink in colour, this dry rose takes its inspiration from the provencale roses of Southern France where subtle fruit flavours and mouth-wateringly refreshing acidity are sought to complement the local cuisine . A truly elegant wine.
Hand-picked Grenache grapes from the Lowke family's 80 year old single vineyard of hand-pruned, dry grown bush vines on the sandy, clay soils of the Ebenezer sub-region yielded just 900 litres of free-run juice. After twelve hours skin contact, the juice was fermented at low temperature for three weeks in older French oak hogsheads resulting in a complex wine of depth and texture without any oak character.
Review by: James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion 2012
Review by: Andrew Graham, www.ozwinereview.com