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Blushing secrets spark intrigue. Rosé whispers delight.

Despite the misconceptions surrounding our favourite flirt, we can assure you that Rosé is: a) not made from a blend of red and white grapes, b) not always sweet, and c) not just for ladies. Yes, men drink Rosé too.

Unlike its red and white counterparts, Rosé is not bound to a particular grape. Rather it's a genre, or depending on who you ask, a way of life. And this 'mode de vie' whispers sweet nothings in the prettiest shades of pink.

A 5 Minute Guide to Rosé:

Drinking wine should be fun, not intimidating. Use this guide to charm your mates, flirt with the bartender, or never doubt yourself in a bottle shop again.


Typically crafted from red grape varietals, made by macerating red grape skins with the juice for a short period. The shorter skin contact gives Rosé its distinct color and lighter tannins compared to red wines.


Rosé comes in many shades - from pale pink, soft salmon, to deep blush. The colour intensity is not an indicator of sweetness, but rather a reflection of 'maceration' (the method of briefly allowing contact with grape skins) as well as the winemaker's own style and choice of grape.


Rosé is typically made from single varieties, using grapes like Grenache, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, and Syrah.


Rosé is naturally versatile; it can be bone-dry, off-dry, juicy and sweet. Its palate offers a spread of red berry fruits like strawberries, raspberries, and cherries. Floral notes, citrus, and hints of herbs and spices add to their aromatic complexity.


Rosé is universally loved for its refreshing and vibrant acidity, adding a lively and crisp character to the wine.


As Rosé is a staple for warm weather, you'll often find a bottle buried deep in the ice bucket at picnics, barbecues, and beach days. Serve well chilled.

Food Pairing

The perfect wine pair for spicy dishes or snacks on the go: Vietnamese rolls, tiger prawns, charcuterie, and soft cheese.

Our Rosé is salt of the earth style. Casual, drinkable, and delicious.

What's in the bottle is bright and acidic with a hint of earthiness and spice. Fewer florals and more flavours of melon and lush strawberry.

We make our Rosé using 100% Yarra Valley Pinot Noir, but if we wanted to we could also use...

As ripe as a summer sunsets and blushing cheeks.