NV Jansz Premium Rose

NV Jansz Premium Rose

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RRP: $34.00 per bottle17% OFF

$28.99

(buy 6 or more)

$30.99 per single bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $7.75 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*
Stock Location: Winery
Winery Direct: Dispatched in 3-5 days

Expert Reviews

92 Points - Bob Campbell MW - The Real ReviewPale, copper coloured sparkling wine that has spent seven months in oak and at least 18 months in bottle before being disgorged. It’s a blend of 68% Pinot Noir 26% Chardonnay 6% Pinot Meunier. The oak appears to have added extra texture and weight to the wine. It’s a bone-dry wine, despite having a residual sugar of 9 g/l. Austere and moderately complex sparkler with an appealing toasty influence.
91 Points - Joe Czerwinski - Wine EnthusiastThere aren't many better values in rosé sparklers than this. Hints of toast and citrus add nuance to strawberry scents on the nose, while brioche notes add depth to the palate. It's a bit creamy in texture, yet remains dry and refreshing on the finish. Date 2017-01-02
91 Points - Tyson Stelzer - Halliday's Wine CompanionUnder Diam for the first time ever (hoorah!), Jansz Rose retains its gorgeously subtle pale salmon hue. More toasty and biscuity and less perfumed than usual, there are notes of wild strawberries, watermelon and hints of tomato, concluding with cool Tasmanian acidity and gentle phenolic grip. A value-for-money rose, though it's lost the finesse it enjoyed when Nat Fryar was at the helm of Jansz.

Tech stuff

How's it taste?

Look for a vibrant delicate pink hue with a fine persistent bead. Subtle nose of Turkish Delight and rose petal florals. Mousse creaminess and strawberries on the tongue with a refreshing finish.

How was it made?

Based upon Jansz wines from several vintages. Batches are kept separate during winemaking to maximize blending options and final wine complexity. Secondary fermentation takes place in the bottle and is aged on yeast lees for as long as possible. The average age of the final blend is around eighteen months.

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