“Dry rosé is a great wine style – one that we put a lot of work into at Deep
Woods Estate. This rosé continues a run of excellent vintages, combining
great freshness and lightness in a wine that is still complex and satisfying.”
Palest of pinks
Forest berries with a hint of lifted rose petal.
Unashamedly dry with a silken texture and vibrant, balanced acidity. Light to medium-bodied, displaying raspberry and strawberry fruit flavours with a satisfying, persistent finish.
Best enjoyed in the first two years from vintage to capture the freshness and
vibrancy of the wine.
The 2019 vintage was atypically cool, leading to wines with pristine natural
acidity and clean, bright flavours. Reduced yields as a result of the season led
to wines with lifted aromatics and concentrated flavour profiles.
Grilled calamari with lemon and parsley.
No indication on the information supplied as to the variety or varieties involved here, but no matter, let's just taste the wine. Strawberry, as is often the case with rose, supplies the most obvious fruit character on the bouquet, and you can find watermelon in there as well. In the mouth it's dry and quite savoury, but juicy as well, and beautifully textured. Good stuff.95
This is one of the best rosés selling for less than $20. Made in a modern style, balancing the fruit sweetness with a dry, savoury finish. Crisp acid and plenty of palate length. Great summer drinking.90