A bottle of Lenton Brae “No Way Rosé” wine, an Australian Rosé wine from the Margaret River region.

No Way Rosé

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Aroma & Palate
Strawberry, cherry, juicy and mouth-watering
Shiraz, Semillon
Style Dry, with refreshing acidity
What the Experts Say 

Barrel work, wild yeast, shiraz and a bit of semillon in it.
Pretty wine, mouth-watering, crisp, bright and light. Crunchy feel too. It’s a dry, pale kind of style, revitalising and energetic.

91/100 - Mike Bennie, The Wine Front

Winemakers Comments

This wine displays aromatics of strawberry and cherry best served chilled and enjoyed during the long summer months. 

About the Winery

Established in 1982 by Bruce and Jeanette Tomlinson, Lenton Brae Estate remains family owned and operated with son Edward the current winemaker.

Bruce Tomlinson, an Architect and town planner by profession was working on a sub-division of the Moss Wood Property when Bill Pannell, happened to comment on the virtue of the soil and site that had just been sub-divided.

The lure of owning vineyards and producing wines in Margaret River was too powerful for Bruce to ignore, and although originally planned as a sea change rather than a career move he quickly found himself immersed in the task.

The design and build of the winery in 1988 drew on passion and pride. Inspired by the catholic church in Margaret River. The 5 bells of Lenton Brae can be heard chiming on the quarter hour, a beautiful reminder of the tradition our family owned and operated winery holds dear.

Rammed earth renowned for its strength, durability and eco friendly foot print with the added benefit of superior thermal mass proved to be the perfect fit as a building material. The barrel room, which lies directly beneath cellar sales, provides year round temperature control of our barrels and cellar stock, and can be toured during your next visit.  

The estate was named Lenton Brae with “Lenton” coming from the chapel district of Lenton in Nottingham, England, from where the first Tomlinson’s (pictured below) migrated to Australia in 1882. “Brae” is a Scottish term for a small hill, which is a topographical feature of the Wilyabrup Vineyard. 

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