Lindeman's Sparkling Rose Bin 30

Lindeman's Sparkling Rose Bin 30

Lindeman's Sparkling Rose Bin 30

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Lindeman's Sparkling Rosé Bin 30 is a delightful expression of sparkling wine, radiating elegance and vibrant flavors. With a beautiful pink hue, this Rosé is a visual feast, inviting you to indulge in its lively and effervescent charm.

The nose is a captivating bouquet of red berries, predominantly strawberries and raspberries, creating an enticing and refreshing aroma. This sparkling wine is a celebration of summer with its fruity and floral notes, reminiscent of a garden in full bloom.

On the palate, Lindeman's Sparkling Rosé Bin 30 unfolds with finesse. The taste experience is a harmonious blend of crisp red fruit flavors, accented by a subtle hint of sweetness. The effervescence adds a playful efflorescence to the overall profile, enhancing the wine's liveliness and creating a delightful dance of bubbles.

Crafted with precision, this sparkling Rosé is well-balanced, offering a refined acidity that contributes to a clean and refreshing finish. Whether enjoyed on its own or paired with light appetizers, Lindeman's Sparkling Rosé Bin 30 is an excellent choice for those seeking a sparkling wine that embodies both sophistication and celebration.

Color: Bright salmon pink with a fine, persistent mousse
Aroma: Fresh and inviting, with complex fruit characters enhanced by bread-like yeast aromas
Taste: Delicate, creamy bubbles, strawberry and cherry flavors, and a soft, dry finish
Body: Light
Pairing: Salads and seafood .

Lindeman's Bin 30 Sparkling Rosé is a light-bodied wine made from Chardonnay and Shiraz grapes.
It has an alcohol content of 11.5% and is harvested between January and February. The wine is made in South Eastern Australia and is described as bright salmon pink with delicate bubbles.
It has aromas of strawberry and red berry with underlying citrus and flavors of strawberry and cherry.
It pairs well with mild cheese, fresh fruit, pistachios, or light desserts.
Lindeman's was founded in 1843 by Henry Lindeman. The original vineyard is no longer in existence, but the winery now has vineyards in South Australia and Victoria.

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