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2023 Paulmara Estate Rosé Sangiovese

Barossa ValleyRosé

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The Sangiovese was specifically hand-picked for the production of rosé on the 26th February. Picked to retain the natural grape acidity and delicate aroma profile, the grapes were harvested at daylight and whisked away to the winery for processing. The Grapes were crushed and cold soaked for 2 hours to gain the desired colour before being basket pressed to tank for a natural fermentation. A further 30% was salasso (bled off) our dry red Sangiovese (14 March) straight to old oak barrels for natural fermentation and maturation to add complexity and texture.

Region - Barossa Valley

Type - Rosé

Year - 2023

Winery - Paulmara Estate

Grape - Sangiovese

Volume - Standard - 750ml

About the wine

Tasting notes

Colour: Onion skin verging on copper tint with a clear rim.Aroma: Lifted aromatics of cantaloupe, rockmelon, guava, integrated with lovely cardamom, dried Mediterranean herbs, cinnamon spice and subtle white florals.Palate: Flavours of pink lady apple, watermelon, rock melon, pomegranate, white cherry and nutmeg. The rose’ finishes with a “slatey” acid line with fine phenolic texture. A fruit driven, textural rose’ which is versatile with a wide range of cuisines, or enjoyed on its own with friends!

Wine descriptors

Minimal Intervention, Totally Smashable, Vibrant and Exciting

Fruit aromas & flavour

Cherries, Citrus, Melon

Other aromas & flavour

Florals, Spices

Body type




Food pairings







Cured Meats



Spicy Foods

Red Meat




Expert review

Medium salmon pink hue; intense bouquet of toasted almond and it's very savoury, the palate flavours likewise, intense and dry, bright and refreshing, with deep and lasting flavour and perhaps a nutty suggestion of barrel involvement. Very smart rosé: I could drink a lot of this.

Huon Hooke

The Grape


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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