Innocent Bystander Pinot Rosé

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The Yarra Valley is renowned for producing amazing Pinot Noir and the talented team at Innocent Bystander have successfully crafted a super-dry rose blend from this temperamental variety. From one of Victoria's most fiercely independent, small-batch wineries, comes this refreshing, light salmon coloured example of cool climate viticulture. It opens with light, clean red fruits and musk on the nose, followed by a light, savoury and super-dry palate with a lovely core of red fruits and mouth-watering acidity. 

Established in 2004 by Phil Sexton, Innocent Bystander is an independent winery focused on producing flavour-driven wines from carefully selected vineyards in the Yarra Valley and beyond. The winery is built around gravity flow principles and designed for small-batch wine making. With each vintage these wines have developed in complexity and texture with a great understanding and use of wild fermentation's and restrained oak handling. Naturally produced wines made without compromise with the objective of each wine being a faithful expression of site and vintage.

Tasting Note: Wild strawberries rose petals and a touch of Vanilla. Bone dry; fresh strawberries and cherry pith, pomegranates with a tight and crisp finish.

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Yarra Valley
Dry Rosé
Red Blend

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