Salmon in colour with a blush of violet hue, the wine has strawberry, cranberry fruit with hints of vesty grapefruit. The palate is fresh with juicy raspberry and blueberry and great natural acid. The Mataro provides the aromatic lift of violets and red berry fruits while the Nebbiolo provides a touch of tannin. This all frames the opulent ripe sweet fruits of Malbec. A wine o be enjoyed this spring and summer chilled to teeth-chattering, and allowed to warm ever so slightly in glass and enjoyed with freshly caught Crayfish pulled straight out of the cold Southern Ocean waters just over one hundred kilometers west of Coonawarra.
How was it made?
Petaluma is committed to producing the very best wines from South Australia’s most distinguished viticultural areas.2020 Petaluma Coonawarra Rose is a blend of varietals, Pinot Noir 62.5%, Malbec 20%, Nebbiollo 13% and Mataro 4.4 and is the fifth release of this label and the first with Barbera and Mataro.