Clandestine Vineyards Tempranillo Rosé 2020

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Owner Nick Stacy said he was influenced by a visit to Spain with wine man Zar Brooks when they tasted a wide selection of rosés. Not exactly life changing but an experience which helped shape his views on the style and the choice of tempranillo as his rosé variety. This is a cracking example of modern Aussie rosé based on European blueprints. In fact, he admits to trying to replicate the savoury textural style of Spain. This is from Geographe and has a lovey mouthfeel. It’s 100 per cent barrel fermented and tasted soon after bottling it’s settled down rather well. It has a creamy textural feel in the mouth with a fine savoury acidity that helps sustain the long finish.

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