Chrismont `La Zona` Rosato 2013 (12 x 750mL ), King Valley, VIC.

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The wine is made from the red grape varieties Sangiovese and Barbera. These varieties usually made into deep red wines, are also traditionally made into vini rosati (rosé wines) in their homeland, Italy. The fruit is picked by hand in the cool hours of the morning and taken to the winery were it is crushed in the afternoon. After a period of cold soaking to extract colour and flavour, midnight is typically the time when the coloured juice is drained and pressed from the skins.

VIC - King Valley

Winery Tasting Notes


La Zona Rosato is a dry light-bodied rosé with lifted aromas of cherries.


A touch of cherry on the palate follows through, with mouth-watering crispness. Enjoy with grilled figs wrapped with prosciutto or an antipasti selection.


Drink now to 2016.

VIC - King Valley
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The Chrismont story starts in Italy in the 1920s where Arnie's father Arnold (right) grew up in the small town of Noarna in the Trentino region near the Austrian border. One of ten children, Arnold grew up on a farm that had grape vines and a small orchard. His father was a share farmer and they lived as caretakers in the majestic Castel Noarna, rebuilt in the 11th century from its own ruins after a probable previous life as a fortification during the Roman era. The castle sat amid the steep Trentino terrain, dominating Noarna and the surrounding area of Vallagarina.

Arnold set sail for Australia in 1952 and settled in the North East Victoria town of Myrtleford, helping a migrant Italian family on their tobacco farm. It didn’t take long before a number of Arnold's brothers settled in Australia, too. The four decided to join forces to start a tobacco growing business with Arnold in charge. From a small share-farming plantation, Arnold grew it into the largest tobacco growing enterprise in the Southern Hemisphere within eight years; the height of the business came in the mid-1960s. When the Australian Government introduced a quota system to the tobacco industry severely constraining tobacco production, the brothers were rendered bankrupt overnight.

Following discussions with John and Peter Brown in 1979, Arnold and Arnie received a ten-year contract to supply grapes to Brown Brothers of Milawa, thus embarking on a journey full of the trademark Chrismont passion and drive.

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