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|Aroma & Palate||
Lifted aromatics, musk, blossom and rose petal
Mourvèdre & Grenache
Dry & zesty
Small parts of our Mourvedre and Grenache blocks on our Greenock vineyard were identified early in the ripening process to be ideal for the production of our 2019 Barossa Rosé. Picking the fruit ripe to ensure the wine has flavour, but early enough (weeks before we picked the rest of the grapes for our GSM) to retain delicious acidity has allowed us to create the type of rosé that will put a smile on the face of anyone who drinks it.
It is hard to argue that the world isn’t going through a Rosé revolution at present, as it is more and more often being consumed in a myriad of situations, from backyard barbecues through to fine dining restaurants, almost by the bucket load. Historically pigeon-holed to being a wine for beginners, representing sweeter and richer styles, the time is now perfect for Elderton to showcase a sophisticated dry rosé that has been wonderfully crafted to enjoy in any setting.
Elderton’s viticultural and winemaking philosophy is one that is shared by all of the great wineries around the world.
The old saying that great wine is made in the vineyard is one that holds very true at Elderton.
A team approach to ensure best practice in both the vineyards and winery is key to guarantee absolute quality in the bottle. Attention to detail in pruning, picking and winemaking, and using a combination of state of the art facilities and machinery with some tried and true traditional techniques, ensures that the wines of Elderton will always show great brightness, purity and quality.
The goal of the Ashmead family is to produce world class wines from entrenched varieties grown in the Barossa from our own vineyard holdings. We celebrate the individual terroirs of each of our sites and aim to produce wines that show true regional history and character, varietal definition and a healthy slice of our own personalities.
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