April 01, 2021
Enjoy some New Zealand wines with your Easter brunch
Planning an Easter brunch and need the perfect wines? We have selected some great New Zealand wines to bring it all together!
2018 Forrest Rosé, Forrest Wines – John, Brigid & Beth Forrest
Our 2018 Forrest Rosé is a blend of Pinot Noir and Malbec. Each small parcel of fruit harvested in the cool of the early morning, crushed/destemmed, then given a brief 4-6 hour cold soak to extract just enough “lipstick red” color. The juice was cold settled and then cool fermented prior to blending and finishing for bottling in July.
Alive on the nose with strawberry, raspberry fruit flavors, and just a hint of dry herbs – sage, thyme, and rosemary. It’s ripe and fruity, yet crisp, refreshing, and dry. Perfect for a warm summer’s day “al fresco” lunch – smoked meats, aged cheeses, crisp salad, and herb focaccia.
2016 Sophie’s Kiss Rosé, Brightwater Vineyards – Gary & Valley Neale
The 2016 Sophie’s Kiss Rosé is a fresh and gorgeous Pinot Noir Rosé that has wonderful aromas of rose petals and summer berries. With just a hint of sweetness, it is beautifully balanced. Fresh strawberries and cream lead into a long luxurious finish. A perfect social wine to enjoy over brunch, or as an afternoon drop by itself.
2016 Ceres Composition Pinot Noir, Ceres Wines – James & Matt Dicey
An attractive and engaging bouquet of ripe red berry fruits – raspberry, plum and cherry, this Pinot Noir has plenty of spice and mineral tones, with a wild red rose perfume.
On the palate, the 2016 Ceres Composition Pinot Noir is dry, fruity with flavors that reflect the nose – wild raspberry and plum, moderate toasty oak and oak spice layer, loads of energy, fine tannins and plenty of acidity; youthful.
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