Torbreck Vintners was created with the aim of building one of the finest wine estates in the world. The vision is to pay homage to the vineyards of the Barossa Valley, home to some of the oldest vines on the planet.
Woodcutter’s Rosé is unashamedly modelled after the gloriously scented and bone dry rosés of Provence. Adopting this traditional French method, the juice from freshly de-stemmed old vine Mataro is ‘bled off’ after limited contact with the grape skins, with a small portion aged in well-seasoned French oak Hogsheads.
Lifted aromatics with attractive floral notes of lilac petals, fresh peach and apricot fruits balanced by a more solid core of savoury charcuterie and dried herbs. The palate is fresh, very dry and zingy with medium-bodied mouthfeel and cleansing acidity
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