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2023 Collector Shoreline Rosé

Canberra DistrictRosé

$ 26.00 AUD

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Sangiovese (99%), Mammolo (1%) Sangiovese is grown at Tumblong (Gundagai) (ironstone-rich red loam) and Murrumbateman (granite & red loam over shale). Mammolo, a lightly coloured, fragrant, musk-like grape accompanies Sangiovese in this wine.The 2021/2022 growing season again was punctuated by spring rain, giving way to a temperate summer. Mild, cool conditions through to harvest yielded beautifully clean, vibrant, and juicy Sangiovese grapes.Sangiovese and Mammolo grapes were hand-harvested in late February, and early April, respectively. The grapes were whole-bunch pressed, yielding just the barest pink colour in the juice. A moderately cool fermentation was undertaken before preparation for bottling.

Region - Canberra District

Type - Rosé

Year - 2023

Winery - Collector Wines

Grape - Sangiovese

Volume - Standard - 750ml

About the wine

Tasting notes

The wine is fresh on the nose with aromas of mandarin, cherry, rose-water and spice. The palate is crisp, with moreish mid-palate texture and mouth-watering acidity. Great for seasonal drinking with antipasti!

Wine descriptors

Juicy and Fruity, Lean and Crisp, Vibrant and Exciting

Fruit aromas & flavour

Cherries, Citrus

Other aromas & flavour

Florals, Spices

Body type

light

Acidity

medium

Food pairings

Pork

Cheese

Pizza

Vegetables

Shellfish

Oysters

Cured Meats

Desserts

Fish

Spicy Foods

Red Meat

Pasta

BBQ

Poultry

The Grape

Sangiovese

Sangiovese is a Tuscan red grape variety that has become the most planted and famous variety in Italy. You may know this variety by a few other names like Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino, Montefalco Rosso or Carmignano, but rest assured it's all the same grape, but it may grow in different regions. Sangiovese is made for food and shows with aromas and flavours of cherry, red berries, roasted tomato, balsamic, Italian herbs, coffee and cured meats, backed by cutting acidity and a good grip of tannins. The best examples come from Montalcino (Brunello di Montalcino) and can age decades!

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