The idea was to make a Provence style Rosé, light pale pink in color and elegant with subtle fruit and floral notes on the nose and pallet. The grape varieties used are true to a real Southern France style rosé. All four cultivars were harvested specifically for Rosé production and pressed immediately when arriving into our boutique cellar – only the free run and soft press juices were used. The Shiraz and the Grenache were cofermented to produce a fine bodied wine with elegant aromas of rose petal, fresh cranberry and raspberry with a crisp acidity. Fermented separately, the Cinsault gave subtle aromas of orange and white peach, whilst the Mourvedre gave slightly more pungent aromas of black currant and strawberry, both with a soft round pallet. After blending the wine was left to mature in stainless steel tank with occasional stirring up of the fine lees to ensure that all those fresh fermentation aromas are well protected. The final assemblage allowed for a fine, elegant and voguish Rosé in colour, aroma and taste.