2019 Pig in the House Organic Rosé

Are you familiar with a Chicago (the band) song, “If you leave me now”?  Not far into the start of it you hear one singular ‘ding’ of a triangle (a very under-rated percussion instrument).  You don’t hear it again for the duration of the song but it is a significant part regardless.  Well, this wine, made from Sangiovese grapes, has 0.6% Shiraz in the mix.  Even though it is but a small percentage, the Shiraz still plays its triangle part in this easy to drink Rosé and plays it in a nice subtle rather than significant way.

The aromas of this wine are the perfect prelude to what presents on the palate.  Nice ripe strawberries, raspberries and red cherries.  It has a smooth creamy texture with a bit of extra mid palate feel thanks to that splash of Shiraz I reckon.  It’s dry and a little bit savoury as the flavour continues through on a medium length finish where just a hint of acidity adds crispness if you like.

This has everything going for it and is bound to be a winner.  It’s organic with plenty of flavour, there’s freshness, it’s perfectly food friendly and easy drinkability.  Let’s not forget the attractive price!  Let’s hope this is bottled every year…please!!

Pig in the House Website

Region: Canowindra, NSW     Price: $20     Source: Sample courtesy of Pig in the House wines and Define Wine

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