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Bird In Hand Adelaide Hills Pinot Rose 2018
  • Cool climate Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir Rosé
  • Dances with strawberry and cherry blossom notes
  • Elegant and stylish

Bird In Hand Adelaide Hills Pinot Rose 2018 x6


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Product Code: R7518
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This Pinot Noir Rosé from leading Adelaide Hills winery Bird in Hand positively dances with strawberry and cherry blossom notes. Smooth on the mid palate with a refreshing dry finish, it exudes cool climate class.

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Pinot Noir Rose






Vibrant salmon pink.


This wine has lifted strawberry, cherry blossom and musk aromas


Smooth on the mid-palate with a refreshing dry and textural finish.


The Bird in Hand signature range is a limited release of premium quality wines created from the best parcels of fruit from every vintage. These wines present the character to age impeccably whilst delivering qualities that can be enjoyed today. The Adelaide Hills is perfectly suited to the production of premium quality, cooler climate Pinot Noir Rosé. Grapes were picked from four cooler pockets of the Adelaide Hills during the coldest part of the late summer evening. Fruit was destemmed and spent two to four hours on skins to extract colour and flavour. It was then tank-fermented to maintain the delicate pinot characteristics and balance acidity.

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A handling fee of $1.20 per case (metro) or $1.40 per case (regional) will apply to your order.

Call 1800 500 260 to purchase a single bottle for $20.00 (plus delivery and handling)

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