Hewitson Belle Ville Rosé 2021
A delightful blend of Mourvèdre and Cinsault are found in this Barossa Rosé. Burnt orange sunset in colour, this is Provençal
in style in more ways than one. The blend of grapes, obviously, but the wine is named after the place where Dean and Lou Hewitson lived with their young family when Dean was in the early days of his career and doing a stint in Provence. Rosé in Australia was largely a popular cellar door style, often a bit sweet and slightly clumsy. It has only really gained widespread appeal
after the move to a more Provençal style, as we have here. This is fresh, with floral and raspberry notes and spices, some mustard seed hints, and red berries. Very soft acidity, a wine of mid-length and one which would be ideally consumed over summer, after a slight chilling. Very attractive.