Patrick Sullivan Pink Pound

Patrick Sullivan Pink Pound

Patrick Sullivan Pink Pound

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Electric rosé. Scents of rose petal, watermelon juice, sweet spice, faint lavender. Light and crisp, barely there red berry fruitiness, very dry and shows a good dash of savouriness.

Reserve
Patrick Sullivan Pink Pound is available for purchase in increments of 12
Details
  • Country Of Origin

    Yarra Valley, Australia

  • Winery

    Patrick Sullivan

  • Varietal

    Pinot Noir

  • Body

    Medium

  • Vintage

    2017

  • Bottle Size

    750ml

  • Viticulture

    Natural, Organic, Sustainable

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  • Case format

    12

  • Varietal

    Other

  • Body

    Rose Wines

  • Colour

    Rose

  • Region

    Australia, Victoria

  • Vintage

    2017

Description

The wild-haired Patrick Sullivan is a farmer first, winemaker second. His pride and joy is his vineyard in the Strezleki Ranges in the Gippsland G.I. of Victoria. On this plot of land, Pat farms with organic principals alongside Bill Downie, one of the most revolutionary winemakers of his generation. Bill takes the Pinot Noir from the vineyard, Pat takes the Chardonnay and a few other bits and pieces. The wines are un-tinkered with, fermented in neutral vessels with little or no sulphur and are made to express their special site and the vagaries of vintage. In Pat's words, "The wines are inspired by emotion, a moment in time and a sense of place."

Reviews
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Mike Bennie

Scents of rose petal, watermelon juice, sweet spice, faint lavender. Light and crisp, barely there red berry fruitiness, very dry and shows a good dash of savouriness in saline acidity and just-so nuttiness. Sheesh, chalky tannins and amaro bitterness are working a mojo in this wine, and flavours stretch long and refreshing through the palate. It’s excellent rose, right in the zone. Far out, such good drinking.

How To Drink

Pair with: Pool parties, BBQs, sunshine and the sweltering heat of summer