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Woods Crampton "third Wheel" Barossa Valley Rose 2016
  • Rated 94 points by James Hallliday

Woods Crampton "third Wheel" Barossa Valley Rose 2016 x12

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"Fashioned from mataro and a little grenache, wild-fermented in used oak, matured on yeast lees for 6 months, 440 dozen made. The salmon-pink hue and very complex dry palate all attest to the vinification. This is the ultimate tapas style, with enough intensity to stand up to the hottest, spiciest dish, yet also welcome seafoods." 94 points, James Halliday Wine Companion, January 2017.

Wine Region

BAROSSA VALLEY

Drink Until

2018

Varieties

94% Mataro, 3% Grenache, 3% Shiraz

Alcohol

13.5%

Foods

Oak

Colour

Pale crimson.

Nose

Fresh and lifted with redcurrants, rosehip and spice.

Palate

Medium bodied and nicely poised with red berried fruit and soft natural sweetness all wrapped in layers of complexity and texture. The finish is well structured and impressively dry.

Background

The ambition of Woods Crampton is to create unforced wines that showcase the quality of their fruit and tell the story of their vineyards. Minimal intervention winemaking follows to create elegant and expressive wines - minimal sulphur used and bottled without fining.

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