Molly Morgan Rosé 2010

It's hard to go wrong these days with Australian rosé.  Almost always reliably dry, and usually, but not always, well made.  This particular rosé from Molly Morgan in the Hunter Valley is both dry and well made.

This rosé is bright, with somewhere between red and pink in colour and pale in intensity.  The aroma is clean, with hints of strawberries and raspberries and a medium intensity expression.  The palate is dry, with medium acidity, has a restrained flavour profile with notes of raspberries, and perhaps cranberries, and short length.  This rosé is well made and very easy to drink.  It is an easy drinking wine at a good price that does what a rosé is meant to do - be enjoyed and drunk.  84 points (good)

Abv: 12.5%
Price: $15
Source: sample
Vendors: try the winery
Tasted: April 2012
Hunter Valley
April 16, 2012

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