Our Rose is a deeper colour than most – This is because we have used the Chambourcin grape which is darker in colour, giving it an intriguing virtue.
Rosé is made in a similar way to red wine, grown from red wine grapes but with less time to ferment with the grape skins. This gives Rosé its recognisable pink colouring and a much-loved lighter, crisper flavour.
In many ways, drinking Rosé is enjoying the best of both worlds. You can appreciate the dry, crisp characteristics of an aromatic white wine, paired with the bold, fruity flavours of New Zealand’s best red wines.