Single vineyard Rosé at its finest
James-Paul’s returns with his finest vintage ever! During the hustle and bustle of vintage last year, he welcomed his daughter Jacqueline into the world. To commemorate the happiest day of his life, he’s named this exceptional Rose - ‘Jacqueline’.
James-Paul Marin has crafted a serious Rosé in the French Provencal style: elegant, floral and dry with a mix of wild flowers and dried herbs all balanced by a zesty crisp acidity. Not your typical sweet Australian Rosé!
This Rose blend of Pinot Grigio, Pinot Noir and a thimble of Chardonnay has made a stunningly unique, fresh, fruit-driven Summer thirst-quencher!
Drink young and fresh this summer as Rosé doesn't age well. As the wine develops, the wine's acidity decreases and thus the perceived sweetness increases with the wine no longer tasting as I intended.
This wine is quite delicate, so don't over-chill.
Local food match
This summer will be about Granita (ie: frozen Rosé slushy). As the days get hotter, what better way to enjoy my Enfant Terrible Jacqueline Rosé, than as a Frosé Granita! My partner's Granita recipe to follow in a later post on my wall!