The fruit for this wine was grown in the Granite Belt Region, located on the Great Dividing Range 200km South West of Brisbane and 95km inland.
James Halliday says that the key to the Granite Belt Region lies in its high altitude (between 600 and 1000m above sea level).
This high elevation means that the region is considered a cool climate region not only by Queensland standards, but also by worldwide viticultural standards. The altitude, combined with the free draining Granite soils makes the region ideally suited to growing grapes.
This clean, fresh and friendly Sparkling Rosé shows aromas of musk, rose and summer fruit sweetness. The well balanced palate is zesty and refreshing with a crisp dry finish. Drink chilled.
PalateLychee with peaches and cream
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