This is one unique rosé. It is made from some of the oldest vines on the planet, planted around 170 years ago. It is also a slightly unusual style. While most winemakers are going for the pale salmon, savoury and subtle rosé style, this wine offers a big mouthful of flavour – floral, raspberry and even redskin fruits. It is dry, crisp and fruity – with that old vine power coming through to drive a long finish. It is super food friendly and will suit casual dishes traditonally well matched to chardonnay, such as barbecued chicen or chicken kebabs.