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2021 Kin Rose

2021 Kin Rose

Young vine Grenache fruit that delivers rose refreshment in spades. It's dry, flecked with savoury, mineral notes and shaped by its red and stone fruit flavours. It has both the texture and acidity that can provide a satisfying, smooth finish.
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$35.00
 
SKU: 21KR

Estate grown and made

Certified organic and biodynamic fruit

100% Grenache

180 cases produced

13.2% alcohol

Tasting Notes
The Kin rosé shows the tremendous versatility of the Grenache grape. This wine is dry and rich in flavour but with precise, clean lines and lovely fresh acidity.
Vineyard Notes
Some older vine fruit as well as young vine material from Block 22 provided the perfect fruit for this style of wine. NASAA certified organic and biodynamic.

“Fragrant, peachy, tangy and soft at the same time. Lively rose of even, balanced feel, no hair out of place, quintessential stuff delivering good freshness, refreshment factor, drinkability and relatable charm. Rose water, strawberry, watermelon juice, faint vanilla cream. Fruity, fun, on the money.”

92 points, Mike Bennie, winefront.com.au


“The Rose comes from younger Grenache vines that were planted in 2016. Delicate pink hue with lifted aromatics of rhubarb, rose hip and fresh picked strawberry. There is a very delicate note of blood orange/campari that adds intrigue and complexity. Plenty of texture and mouthfeel from lees contact, elevating this to serious rose territory, finishing with a lick of spring water fresh acidity and punchy tension. Would happily sit alongside a bucket of fresh cooked prawns with Marie Rose sauce.”

Emma Farrelly, winepilot.com


"This is a fascinating little wine that intrigues and teases before delivering a knockout punch. Pale pink in colour, it opens with watermelon and white strawberry aromas with sweet fresh raspberry in there too plus a little earthy touch. It then grows in the mouth with a textural feel and more savoury, pithy fruits. There’s a real Southern Rhone richness here, almost like a Bandol or Tavel, that you don’t often see in Australia that helps to drive it through to a long, mouth-filling finish. It’s a serious rosè that has the power to match up to grilled chicken with an avocado salsa."

93 points, Angus Hughson, winepilot.com