Rosè Sixteen, Gusbourne, UK, 2016
Grapes:¬†Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier.
Kent, United Kingdom.
The original Gusbourne Estate in Appledore, Kent dates back to 1410. The de Goosebourne family crest was made up of three geese and can be found in our local parish church in Appledore - nowadays, each and every bottle of wine crafted at Gusbourne carries a contemporary goose crest in honour of their heritage. This ‚ÄòGoosemark‚Äô is a symbol of trust, representing our pursuit of uncompromising quality.
A combination of the best age-old traditions with modern technology and cutting-edge equipment allows Gusbourne to sit comfortably between old and new world winemaking, while at the same time bringing their own exacting quality standards to the process. Respect for the vineyards, the fruit and the natural elements involved in winemaking means that their approach favours minimal intervention.
Delicate pink in appearance, aromas of cherry, wild strawberry and cranberry combine with more developed brioche and fresh pastry notes. The palate balances soft summer pudding fruits, a vibrant citrus streak and a long and rounded finish.
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GOES BEST WITH
Fresh salads, light cheese and summer fruits.