Pale silver-pink. Aromas of raspberries, cherries and a few secondary whiffs of minerality. A lively mousse but fine in the mouth, with subtle red berry flavors enlivened by bright acids. Brisk on the palate, showing hints of oyster shell and fresh lavender. Flirtatious and fun, yet elegant and structured, it's perfect for all seasons and settings.
The wine has a beautiful salmon pink colour with strawberry fruit flavours.
The aromas are light and yeasty, with good freshness on the nose and a rich creamy complexity on the palate.
The Graham Beck winery's maiden Brut Rosé Méthode Cap Classique was made at the Robertson cellar from pinot noir and chardonnay.
The cellar treatment was unique in that the whole bunches of each cultivar was jointly pressed in the same press.
After fermentation, the wine was bottled for the secondary bottle fermentation with a minimum of 36 months yeast contact before disgorgement.