Winemaking: Unison Rosé is made by the traditional method of saigné (bleeding). We handpick our red grapes, then de-stem and lightly crush them to just break their skins before they go into the fermenting vats. The must (crushed grapes) is then left to macerate (lie on skins) for around 8 hours at which time we draw off deep cherry coloured grape juice. This juice is fermented at cool temperatures in stainless steel tanks using the same methods as for white wine. The fermentation of the red juice without the skins gives us vibrant red and stone fruit flavours in the wine without tannins.
Our 2014 Rose is made from Merlot, Syrah, and Cabernet Sauvignon finished in a dry style.
Tasting Note: Delicate Cherry colour, enticing nose filled with aromas of ripe strawberries and crushed raspberry laced with Vanilla bean and a touch spice. Supple and silky in the mouth. Packed with vibrant red berry flavours and balanced by a crisp refreshing finish. This dry rose is perfect for summer sipping. Especially good with cured meats, paella and salmon. Enjoy lightly chilled.