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2023 Kin Rosé

2023 Kin Rosé

Delicious Grenache rosé, from young vine fruit, that combines both refinement and refreshment. Light red fruit leads the way, with mineral edges and stone fruit and floral complexity. That all important balance of texture and acidity is once again bang on in 2022.

Estate grown and made 
​Certified organic and biodynamic fruit

[VARIETIES] 100% Grenache
[ALC] 13.5%
[PRODUCTION] 600 dozen

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SKU: 23KR
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Tasting Notes
Delicious Grenache rosé, from old vine fruit, that dials up purity, energy and intensity in 2023. Delicate strawberry, white peach and rose petal aromas are followed by a shock of electric flavour on the palate and fine talcum powder tannin. Dry, crunchy and vibrant with juicy cranberry acidity through the finish.
Vineyard Notes
In 2023 all the fruit for this wine came from Block 7 in the Old Quarter, planted in the 1950s. NASAA certified organic and biodynamic.

“Grenache rosé, lightly crushed and destemmed, free-run juice drained to stainless steel with a few whole berries for colour, three months on lees. The prettiest of salmon pinks with aromas of redcurrant, raspberry, cranberry and watermelon. Hints of soft spice, peach skin, crushed stone and citrus blossom. Crisp, sapid and true with a plume of red fruits and spice and a wicked, minerally acid line.”

94 points, Dave Brookes, Halliday Wine Companion


"Ultra pale in colour. Watermelon, red cherry, grapefruit and river-stone characters ripple through the palate. There’s no shortage of personality to this. Acidity-wise it feels jangly but then, it’s very young. Lovely aromas and flavours."

90 points, Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front


Medium-deep red-purple with a sweetly ripe, fresh, black-cherry aroma with a lick of spice, the palate rich and medium-full bodied, with firm graphite-like tannins. Good intensity and formidable length with firm grip and abundant energy. Gorgeous grenache fruit with a glossy feel. A really impressive young grenache. 

Stuart Knox, The Real Review