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Sunday, 2 December 2012

Mitchell Harris Rosé 2012

Opened this up as one of a trio of Rosé and gave the remains of the open bottles to some friends.  This was the one they opted to drink, on the basis that it was the bottle that was least full.  Good taste those two.

Strawberry and cherry, with a creamy dried herb (rosemary and oregano if you're interested) character.  A touch of custard apple and floral hints complete the picture.

Generous quality to the palate, smooth yet with a distinct mouthfeel.  The quality here is apparent, it's not over-done and has this inherent balance to to it.  Savoury, dry and effortless.  Lovely blend of Sangiovese (65%) and Pinot Noir (35%) 91 - Very Good 

Tasted on: Friday 30th November, a Root Day
Source: Sample
Price: $20
Closure: Screwcap

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