Whole bunches of hand-picked fruit are gently pressed to ensure delicate flavours. After primary ferment the wine is tiraged with no malolactic fermentation and disgorged after 18 months on yeast lees to retain crisp, fresh flavours. Colour incorporated during disgorging with pinot noir table wine.
- TAS - Tasmania
Salmon-pink; a very interesting contrast to the PEPIK Sekt and NV; here strawberry and cherry fruits dominate, juicy fruit rather than acidity to the fore, but still fresh and vibrant. Tasmania speaks again. Rating 94 - Drink by 2016 - James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion (SEP/2013)
Winery Tasting Notes
Salmon pink with a lively fine bead
Crisp Granny Smith apple with strawberry notes.
A young, vibrant Sparkling Rose with lifted fresh field berries carry onto a clean textural palate with length and freshness.
Salmon or light seafood.