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Hilltops, NSW

Head Somm James Boden says: "Freeman Vineyards is based in the region of Hilltops in Southern NSW and the winery has been the focus of Brian Freeman since 1999. Brian was the first person to plant Rondinella and Corvina in Australia (two of the three varietals used in Amarone) and has since worked in other Italian varietals into the fold. The Rondo is sourced from the Rondinella varietal and is a lovely savory style of Rosé for those who like a dry, Provence style."

McLaren Vale, SA

Hey Diddle is the work of Port Power royalty Tom Jonas and Brad Ebert with the helpful assistance of Tomfoolery winemaker Ben 'Chippy' Chipman. This brightly coloured label is the Grenache Rose from McLaren Vale and with summer berries and a touch of strawberries and cream lollies this wine goes as well as Tommy Jonas does off the rebound.


Adelaide Hills, SA

One third into old French oak with 7% red wine added back in for colour, which is still pretty pale. Pale, dry, and gently textured, tangerine and red currant, some briskness and bite, and a satisfying finish. Does the trick very nicely.

Orange, NSW
The Logan 2018 ‘Hannah’ Rosé is a pretty salmon pink colour. It has a lifted aroma of watermelon, cherry, nectarine and allspice. The lightly textured and delicately balanced palate has flavours of red apple, wild strawberry, pomegranate and lime zest with a minerally dry finish.
Hunter Valley, NSW

A bizarre rose blend that is easy going and dangerously drinkable.

Tasmania, TAS

Head Somm James Boden says: “Mapleton Vineyards are based in the Coal River in Tasmania and with their on point Riesling, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, they are wining some serious acclaim for their wines. This Rose is a Trophy winner picking up best Rose at the Tasmanian wine show and it is a lovely expression with strawberry cream notes, summer berries flowing through and a nice acid line to finish.”

Margaret River, WA

Inspired by the Rosé wines of Southern France this is our attempt at a ‘Serious’ Rosé. Lifted floral, cherry and strawberry characters with hints of citrus, lemon butter and gun smoke.

Hilltops, NSW

Nick Spencer has been a promoter of smaller regions within NSW for a number of years now. This Rose is a blend of Grenache, Sangiovese and Merlot from Hilltops in NSW. The palate shows bountiful flavours of citrus, red berries, cherries and melon but with a dry finish.

Yarra Valley, VIC

Adrian and Rebecca Santolin have been making wines in the Yarra Valley since 2012. Their 2019 Rose by Any Other Name is a Pinot Noir, Sangiovese blend and has a light strawberry and cherry note, going on with soft acid and great balance. The label is delightful too!


McLaren Vale, SA

Head Somm James Boden says: "Alex Sherrah is the man behind the Sherrah label and this is his Grenache Rosé from Blewitt Springs in McLaren Vale. It has a pretty nose that really leaps out the glass and on the palate a creamy, summer berry note which works nicely.”

Barossa Valley, SA
The Spinifex Rosé has become one of Australia’s benchmark examples over the years and it’s easy to see why. So much flavour and depth but oh so elegant and impossible to put down. Provence, eat your heart out. A no-brainer.
Geographe, WA

A touch of pink, as it is made from Muscat Rouge a Petit Grains. Rich apricot and peach characters assail the palate. Wonderful light sweetness with a clean crisp finish.

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