Miles From Nowhere Margaret River Rosé 2015
  • Premium Margaret River Rosé
  • From legendary WA winemaker Franklin Tate
  • Bold cherry and strawberry flavours

Miles From Nowhere Margaret River Rosé 2015 x12

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This succulent Rosé is mae from premium Margaret River fruit and boasts juicy cherry and strawberry flavours on a clean, dry finish. It's the wine for afternoon barbecues with friends.

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Rose - 40% Cabernet 24% Shiraz 23% Merlot 10% Malbec 3% Petit Verdot




Scallops with ham, Octopus with Piquillo peppers or Tuna tartlets.


No oak


Salmon Pink


Cherry, watermelon and raspberry with hints of rose petal and fairy floss


Fresh, succulent, soft and fruit driven.


The fruit for this wine was harvested in late February and early March. It was harvested in the cool of the night to retain freshness. These red grapes were crushed and held on skins until the ideal colour extraction had been achieved before being lightly pressed under inert conditions. Following settling, each batch was racked, warmed and inoculated for ferment in stainless steel vessels. Yeast strains that promote fruit characters we selected for fermentation. The ferments were held at a cool temperature of around 13-14°C and lasted an average of 14 days. Once settled the wines were racked off gross lees and the individual components assessed and blended. The blend was given a light fining before being filtered and prepared for bottling.

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