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Sunday, 9 June 2019

Arimia white Label Rosé 2018

Arimia, located towards the northern end of Margaret River's arterial Caves Road. Take a thoughtful and considered approach to good environmental practices, organic grown fruit and entirely operating off grid. Kudos.

Delicate aromatics, soft Berry driven, suggestion of soapy florals. In the Paler Provencal style, yet with remnants of texture, it carries Berry and dried grass flavours, elements of herb.

Made from 15 year old Grenache vines, grown specifically for Rosé. Faint minerally line, carrying a decent length. 91 
Tasted on: Friday 21st December 
Source: Cellar Door
Price: $25
Alcohol: TBC
Closure: Screwcap

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