Pale lemon straw in colour. The bouquet offers white peach, grapefruit, apple and jasmine notes. The palate is light and fresh with fleshy stone fruit, apple and citrus, faint chalky textural notes, saline complexity and vibrant acidity on a crisp dry finish.
for the equivalent of £13.75 a bottle
CASE OF 6 BOTTLES
Grape Variety: Albariño
Style: Fruity and Fresh
Alcohol: 12.5% ABV
Bottle Size: 75cl
3 in stock
Fate came to Rosa in the form of a husband robust enough to withstand her father's home made vintage. She married winemaker Alister Purbrick in 1982 and thus joined the oldest and most revered of Australia's wine legacies – Tahbilk Vineyard beside Victoria's Goulburn River. As an artist, Rosa's life and work are synchronised with the vineyard's seasonal changes. Her imagery is etched in tune with the shifting moods of the landscape – from its blushed springtime mornings, to its crisp autumnal dusks and silent winter nights. For many years her paintings aimed for naturalism in carefully arranging close detail of foliage and colourful blooms. Many of these lyrical still-life compositions were translated onto wine labels for the property's Dalfarras range of wines – dedicated to Rosa's maiden family name - Dal Farra.