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Monday 10 November 2014

Dodgy Bros GSM Rosé 2014

"I put a lot of thought into this wine so you don't have too. I'm trying to build texture in this wine with winemaking methods, use of full solids to for texture and mouthfeel without adding sugar. A Rosé for me is not necessarily meant to be complex, or have lots of depth; should be easy to easy to drink, versatile, goes well with food" - winemaker Wes Pearson.

Made from the Saignee method - bled off from the components used to make the GSM - 60 dozen produced.

Attractive light bery aromatics, akin to a diluted cordial. Tight, dry and savoury - touch of spice, lean - it sure quenches a thirst. Drying, touch of chalky pucker; pinches into a good finish, prick of acid and white pepper - good grip here. Smashing. 89

Tasted on: Sunday 12th October, a Root day
Source: Sample
Price: $18
Alcohol: 13.5%
Closure: Screwcap

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