The Carrick Rosé is made from an estate-grown, single-vineyard, BioGro certified organic fruit. The wine is made with two techniques – saignée or bleeding wine off skins and direct pressing the grapes on arrival at the winery – as per a white wine. The juice was fermented in old oak barrels using ambient or wild yeasts, where it was allowed to mature for 4 months. Blended, filtered and fined using Bentonite, it was then bottled. Origin: Carrick Vineyards, Bannockburn, Central Otago
It is dry in style and pale salmon in colour, with a fine
acidity that is refreshing. Drawing inspiration from the
Provence Rosés of the South of France, it has a subtlety
yet presence in the mouth. Perfect chilled in a glass over
lunch or as an appetizer with nibbles.
Biodynamic principles practised from 2011.
Organically certified since 2008, to EU equivalence.
Refreshing, delicious and fun.
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