Rosé can no longer be taken lightly in the world of wine in Australia. Because of the current and unrelenting popularity, many producers are putting one into bottle. As a result, there are many hitting the bottle shop shelves these days. As I have said before, it’s a good thing.
I’m sure there are others, but I don’t know of any other producer that has had a rosé, and a popular one at that, in their range for 30 plus years like Huntington Estate. I reckon that’s fantastic!! Cheers to Tim and the team.
Fresh as the vintage would suggest. Red fruits and, in my opinion, there’s a subtle citrus hit too.
Raspberries, sour cherries, slight dried cranberry sweetness giving balance, lively acid finish and those fruits don’t let go either. Add to this the fact it’s a dry and elegant rosé, this is going to get a lot of attention with the warmer weather not far away.
Region: Mudgee, NSW Price: $23 Source: Sample courtesy of Define Wine and Huntington Estate