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Crisp and fresh acidity are the hallmarks of a rosé made from Sangiovese grapes. Barrel fermented and aged on lees, this savoury and flavoursome wine has texture, but is completely dry.
Vines were first planted at the Fighting Gully Road vineyard site in 1997 by Mark Walpole, a former employee of Brown Brothers. Mark’s interest in even cooler climate viticulture led him to the plateau that houses his ‘Aquila Audax’ (wedge-tailed eagle) vineyard.
Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot were the first vines planted, followed by Pinot Noir in the following year and then Tempranillo, Shiraz and Sangiovese.
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