Introducing Bremerton Wines Racy Rosé

Bremerton Wines
8 August 2017 | Bremerton Wines

Introducing Bremerton Wines Racy Rosé

Welcome to the latest edition of the Bremerton Wines Virtual Cellar Door series. We’re the Willson sisters – Rebecca and Lucy – owners and managers of Bremerton Wines. Situated in the beautiful Langhorne Creek, just a 50-minute drive from Adelaide, it’s well worth a visit. But if you can’t make it, we’ve put together a virtual cellar door experience for you here.

We’re talking about one of our favourites today – Racy Rosé. In the manner of traditional varieties, we’ve created our Rosé from Cabernet and Shiraz. It’s a more serious, drier style of Rosé – so good with food. Colour wise, it’s the lovely salmon hue of the pale provincial style of Rosé, reflecting the dry nature. This has a textured savoury profile of fruit, it’s made to have a dry palette as mentioned, but with lovely zippy fresh flavours.

Rebecca & Lucy Willson

It was named Racy Rosé thanks to our mum, Mignonne, who upon first taste called it ‘a racy little number’. It makes a perfect accompaniment to most cuisines – we love it with a Mediterranean platter on a warm day with a group of friends. Perfection.

Thanks for visiting our virtual cellar door, always a pleasure. We do recommend that you jump in the car and pop to Langhorne Creek for a taste first hand. We’re only 50 minutes from Adelaide and it’s the perfect escape from the city and a scenic South Australian drive to boot.

Hopefully, we’ll see you soon! 

Click to discover our Racy Rosé


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