December 9, 2013

Pizzini Rosetta 2012

A sangiovese rose and just one of the versions of good sangiovese wines from the gentle rolling green hills of Northern Victoria’s, King Valley.  A fresh dry pink that has loads of raspberry and cherry crowd appeal. It really does have a take-anywhere-do-anything attitude that I really admire.

The fruit is generous but also well structured with refreshing acid and just a hint of tannin grip. Take it to lunch, dinner or on a picnic on the beach and it will reward you.

Date: 17 November 2013   Price:  $18   Value: $$$   Drink:  Now

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