Pale salmon with fine bead.
Fresh ocean spray with strawberry and cherry blossom aromatics.
Hints of toasted hazelnut, vanilla pod and concentrated strawberry. Poised acidity balances rich mouthfeel, developing freshness and length.
5 – 7 years.
A blend of select vintages.
The Pinot Noir fruit was hand-picked and whole bunch pressed. Pale salmon coloured juice was fermented cool in stainless steel tanks, to preserve freshness and purity. A small portion of Pinot Noir wine is included in the liqueur d’expedition, adding richness and complexity. This wine spent 44 months on lees.
- Alcohol: 12.5%
- pH: 3.2
- Total acidity: 7.4 g/L
- Dosage: 9 g/L
Smoked salmon, dill and lemon pâte, served with homemade oatcakes.
Australian Sparkling Wine Show 2022
Tyson Stelzer, Halliday Wine Companion 2023
There's something mighty compelling about the texture and perfume of 100% pinot noir sparkling rosé in Tasmania, seldom achieved outside of the A-list of Piper's River. For Lowestoft to attain it in southern Tasmania is a staggering achievement in itself, to do it on their first attempt is monumental. No surprise that Natalie Fryar is in the wings! Delightful, spicy, lively berry fruits deliver crunch and tang, impeccably framed by the creamy texture of lees age. Outstanding line, length and sheer bountiful joy.