Tin Shed All Day Rosé 2010

This rosé had the sort of intense red colour that would not look out of place in a line up of pinot noirs. No salmon pink here. A blend of grenache, sangiovese, mourvedre and shiraz, this rosé had a bit more stuffing and flavour than your average rosé. Aromas of peach, spicy fruit cake and raisins were met with a similar palate, with a touch of residual sugar putting it somewhere between dry and off dry, without being clearly either. Happy summer drinking. 85 points.

Abv: 13%
Price: $16
Website: http://www.tinshedwines.com/

Eden Valley
September 9, 2011

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