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Vibrant & fresh with a deliciously crisp finish

Displaying crushed summer berries & pomegranate with hints of rhubarb

Perfect on it's own, or enjoy with grilled white fish dishes & summer salads

Tohu Nelson Pinot Rosé 2020

$16.99p/Btl
Elsewhere $19.75 $17.17
6 Btls, $101.94 6 Btls, $88.64



Tohu Nelson Pinot Rosé 2020

Tohu Nelson Pinot Rosé 2020

This Pinot Noir Rosé is entirely sourced from the stunning Whenua Matua vineyard...
$16.99p/Btl
Elsewhere $19.75 $17.17
6 Btls, $101.94 6 Btls, $88.64

Description

  • Dry style
  • Rock Melon
  • Rhubarb
  • Pomegranate

A vibrant watermelon hue in the glass, this Pinot Rosé displays aromas of crushed summer berries and rock melon, leading to a concentrated palate of pomegranate and strawberry with hints of rhubarb and pink grapefruit. Finely balanced with soft phenolics and deliciously dry, this vibrant and fresh 100% Pinot Noir Rosé has a wonderfully long, crisp and persistent finish.

Early harvested fruit from Nelson vineyard is machine picked in batches and transported to the winery in Marlborough – just over three hours away. This long transit period allows the colour and flavour found in the grape skins to be ever-so-gently released into the juice before arriving at the winery. Once at the winery the grapes are quickly drained and pressed into a stainless steel tanks for settling and fermentation. The ferments are carried out with selected yeast strains and at cool temperatures (around 13°C), allowing the wines to retain their freshness and vitality. Once fermented, blending decisions are made with the resulting wine having the perfect balance of fruit weight and complexity. After blending the wine is settled before being stabilised and filtered - without the need for fining, ready for bottling in mid-July.

This Pinot Noir Rosé is entirely sourced from the stunning Whenua Matua vineyard located in the Nelson region of New Zealand. The 2019/2020 growing season started with a dry but windy and cool spring leading to an even flowering and fruit set. A wet December led to a very warm and dry summer with the night temperatures generally cooler than average, helping to retain balancing acidity in the ripening grapes. Harvest conditions in March were near perfect, with the first batch of Pinot Noir grown specifically for their Rosé harvested on 13th March.

Food Pairing: Perfect on it's own, or enjoy with grilled white fish dishes and summer salads.

 

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