Our top 2 rosé wines for autumn and winter are true crowd-pleasers that can be enjoyed throughout the year.
Well balanced in acidity and dryness, our favourite picks from this category shine against classic comfort foods that are ideal for your seasonal menus.
Friends of Rufus Rosé
Hunter Valley, NSW.
Vibrant in character, Friends of Rufus Rosé (209896) is a subtle hybrid of vivacious fruity flavours, combined with an understated dryness. Bright pink and red berry fruits, with a hint of rose water aromatics, combine for a perfect balance. The elegance on the palate suits the rich texture and understated flavour of beef carpaccio with an Australian twist. Serve alongside tangy quandong slices, goat’s curd and a garnish of small, colourful botanical petals for a vibrant and delicious pairing.
Kaapzicht Family Range Pinotage Rosé
Stellenbosch, SOUTH AFRICA.
Beautifully aromatic and refreshing, Kaapzicht Family Range Pinotage Rosé (209400) contains 10% sauvignon blanc grapes for a hint of dryness and acidity that lends itself to lighter meals. An abundant bouquet of strawberry and cotton candy is accompanied by subtle rose petal and herbaceous undertones on the nose. Enjoy alongside a fresh seasonal salad or lightly spiced Asian fish recipes like pla neung manao.
As seen in autumn/winter 2023
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