Mr. Mick Rosé Clare Valley 2018


The Mr. Mick rosé is made by Tim Adams in the Clare Valley and from the unlikely combination of sangiovese, tempranillo and mourvèdre.  In the glass, it has a pink/purple hue, fresh acidity and is very fruity and finishes dry.  Overall, this is a pleasant rosé that is low in alcohol and keenly priced.  Rating: Good. Abv: 10.5%. Price: <$15. Website: mrmick.com.au. 
Clare Valley
October 12, 2018
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