WEEKEND EDITION – January 26-27, 2002
A light red made from a blend of Barossa Valley Shiraz, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Dolcetto grapes. It’s cranberry juice-coloured, slightly aromatic with red currant and liquorice flavours. Try with antipasto.
WINE SPECTATOR, August 31, 2002
Light and fresh, a bit darker than most rosés; best drunk slightly chilled to emphasize the soft berry and cherry fruit. Drink now. 5,000 cases made. Rating: 84 Points.
AUSTRALIAN GOURMET TRAVELLER
Grenache fruit features once again in the blend for this delightful Rosé from Peter Schulz. Intense but pale ruby red, with distinctive Grenache aromas of plums and violets, the wine has soft and harmonious flavours with a completely dry finish. This is the ideal accompaniment for picnic foods.
WINEPROS – James Halliday June 28, 2001
Vivid, light purple-red; the bouquet offers an exotic mix of crushed rose petals and citrus, merging into a mix of cherries, spices and leaves on the vibrant palate. Rating: 90 Points.
UNCORKED – Issue 15. Ralph Kyte-Powell & Huon Hooke, October 2001
The colour is hot pink: quite deep for a rose. The bouquet reveals masses of sweet Grenache fruit. It tastes slightly sweet, soft and grapey - a very gluggable wine.