Turkey Flat Rosé 2017

Rosé is summer and Turkey Flat’s rosé is always well made. After a particularly cold and long winter in Melbourne, and a patchy spring thus far, it's an easy choice to accompany an unexpected 28c day. The 2017 has aromatics of musk sticks and florals. The palate is fullish bodied, but not quite full bodied, and is a little fresher than my memory of this wine.  (Alc: 13%, Region: Barossa Valley, Rating: Good, Drink: now, Price: $20, Tasted: October, 2017)

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