Clover Hill Tasmanian Cuvée Rosé

Non Vintage

The Tasmanian Cuvées comprise of the finest parcels of Tasmanian fruit, from select vintages, skilfully blended to best represent the region and capture the vivacity and intensity that is the Clover Hill house style. The Clover Hill Tasmanian Cuvée Rosé is made from grapes sourced from our Tasmanian vineyards. Expressing the freshness and vibrancy for which the apple isle is renowned, this award-winning rosé offers elegance and refinement.

$ 34.00

The finest parcels of Tasmanian fruit

A delicate salmon pink colour, this wine has a soft and creamy mousse. Attractive stewed strawberry and dark cherry notes marry perfectly with the wine’s fresh brioche characters. The wine is well structured, with sweet red berries and cream enveloping the palate.

A fresh and vibrant wine, it will be best enjoyed young, but will also reward a few years in the cellar.

The Clover Hill Tasmanian Cuvée NV Rosé is made from grapes sourced from Clover Hill’s vineyards in Tasmania. Expressing the freshness and vibrancy for which the apple isle is renowned, this rosé offers elegance and refinement. The winemakers used classic techniques, such as delicate grape handling, followed by cool temperature alcoholic fermentation, and then a partial malolactic fermentation to soften the natural acidity of the grapes.

Clover Hill Tasmanian Cuvée NV Rosé is crafted according to traditional methods. Fermented in the bottle, this wine is aged on yeast lees for a minimum of two years which, in addition to a careful dosage of Tasmanian pinot noir, ensures the premium quality that is the hallmark of Clover Hill.

54% Chardonnay, 43% Pinot Noir, 3% Pinot Meunier
Acid: 8.6 g/L    pH: 3.17
Alcohol by volume: 12.5%
Residual Sugar: 7.5 g/L
Base Vintage: 2013
Winemakers: Robert Heywood & Peter Warr

IN THE PRESS

Critic Reviews

NV Tasmanian Cuvée Rosé
91 points & Runner up in the Best Sparkling Rosé 2017 

A medium, bright salmon hue heralds a rosé of character and complexity, contrasting succulent strawberries with tangy pink grapefruit and the biscuity complexity of more than two years of lees age. Fine tannins provide some grip and phenolic bitterness to the finish, with bright acidity and well-gauged dosage lingering long and even.

Tyson Stelzer

2017 Australian Sparkling Report

Clover Hill Wine Collection

PIPERS RIVER, TASMANIA