Save Our Souls Rosé 2015
In 2015 the Save Our Souls Rosé continued its gradual evolution.
This year the majority of the wine was produced from Pinot Noir fruit harvested from the Coldstream area. Once again a small amount Sangiovese saingee was included in the finished wine.
The juice was fermented in seasoned oak and no additions were made until bottling when a small out of Sulphur Dioxide was added.
The 2015 Rosé continues to display a Cantaloupe skin character on the nose however there is a more lifted berry character due to the influence of the Pinot Nor.
Around 900 doz produced annually