Main & Cherry Adelaide Hills 'Rosy Gris' Ramato Pinot Gris 2021

AT FIRST SIP-Crunchy gold nectarine, white cherries and red Anjou pears. Florals of linden and rosewater hint around a fleshy grapefruit palate. Glistening acidity and a dash of tannin tingle. AFTER A FEW- Think fruit tingle for anyone over the age of 22.

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AT FIRST SIP-Crunchy gold nectarine, white cherries and red Anjou pears. Florals of linden and rosewater hint around a fleshy grapefruit palate. Glistening acidity and a dash of tannin tingle. AFTER A FEW- Think fruit tingle for anyone over the age of 22.

About This Wine

From Mike at Main & Cherry 'Grown at Forreston and Macclesfield from the 2021 vintage, where warm days were tempered with cooler nights, allowing for fantastic acidity retention. One parcel was destemmed and cold soaked on skins for 48 hours, while the other parcel was fermented on skins for 7 days.'

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The Yarra Valley in Victoria, Australia is a premium wine region within easy driving distance of Melbourne. Famous for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Sparkling wine as well as cool climate Shiraz also does well here. Some fantastic Rhone varietals are also being explored with exciting results.
Based in the Adelaide Hills Main & Cherry has turned heads in recent years with winemaker Michael Sexton's small batch and distinctive wines. He favours Indian Runner ducks over pesticides, works gently by hand and prefers a shovel and small basket-press instead of high-tech machines. He also sources fruit from McLaren Vale, due to a love of the region he acquired during his years studying and making wines there.

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