And a Rosé release just in time for summer (fingers crossed). In the glass this is a gorgeous bright, cool pink hue. On the nose I am getting a little rose and strawberry but it’s subtle.
To taste, it’s honestly not everything I was hoping for. I am still waiting for my socks to be blown off. It’s really nice and smooth. There are beautiful delicate berry flavours present… and that is sort of it. It feels a little lacking in comparison to the rest of the range. It’s on the acidic side and it is nice and dry and crisp. It’s just lacking in terms of winey-ness. I am being incredibly picky here, but the bar has been set high by the rest of the range.
Certainly worth a try but I think I favour the 1920 Wines Rosé of the most recent releases!
Buy Again?: Worth a try
This review that links to an online retailer may pay me affiliate commissions. If you purchase I collect a small commission (at no cost to you!) and it really helps me offset some of the cost of running Dry but Wet.
Note: This product emulates alcohol and could be triggering so please be careful!
|Cals per 100ml||17 cal|
|Carbs per 100ml||4.1 g|
|Sugar per 100ml6.6||2.7 g|
|Country of Origin||Australia|
Products I review on the website that link to online retailers may pay me affiliate commissions. If you purchase I collect a small commission (at no cost to you!) and it really helps me offset some of the cost of running Dry but Wet. However I remain as always impartial and unbiased with every review.