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Wednesday, 19 August 2020

Tellurian Heathcote Rosé 2019

A right old mix of fruit here, being: Shiraz 50%, Nero d’Avola 22%, Grenache 15% and Mourvèdre 13%.

Offers gentle red fruit against something like a flint and dried herb backdrop. Bright and fresh line of acidity zips across the palate, casting a textural shadow with it. 

There's spice that adds to the depth and interest, gentle phenolics adding to that. Complexity, interest, downright drinkability. Assured winemaking for sure. Get into it. 93 

Tasted on: Monday 13th July 
Source: Retail
Price: $23
Alcohol: 13.2%
Closure: Screwcap

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