Mount Pleasant Wines

Rosehill Vineyard Shiraz

9.125 ratings
9.24 pro ratings
Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia
Shiraz
Beef, Venison, Chocolate & Caramel, White Rice, Lamb, Pasta, Potato, Mushrooms, Salami & Prosciutto, Chili & Hot Spicy, Tomato-Based, Pork, Pungent Cheese, Hard Cheese, Onion, Shallot, Garlic
Top Notes For
Bob McDonald

Mid to deep red. Earthy and plummy on nose and palate. Still a solid core at 14 years of age. Back in those days Mount Pleasant were making riper more South Australian look alikes before returning to a more medium weight traditional Hunter style in the last 10 years.

Mid to deep red. Earthy and plummy on nose and palate. Still a solid core at 14 years of age. Back in those days Mount Pleasant were making riper more South Australian look alikes before returning to a more medium weight traditional Hunter style in the last 10 years.

May 14th, 2020
Bob McDonald

Extremely earthy with notes of mushroom and root vegetables. On palate cherry with medium intensity and medium dry tannins. Very Hunter Valley still with a 10+ year future. No doubt the Hunter Valley Wines more than most Aussie sub-regions are built for extended ageing.

Extremely earthy with notes of mushroom and root vegetables. On palate cherry with medium intensity and medium dry tannins. Very Hunter Valley still with a 10+ year future. No doubt the Hunter Valley Wines more than most Aussie sub-regions are built for extended ageing.

Aug 29th, 2018
Jim Lindsay

I really enjoyed this!

I really enjoyed this!

Oct 19th, 2015
Charlie Beatty

Buyer wineworksonline.com

9.7

Great vintage and producer!

Great vintage and producer!

Oct 19th, 2014
Heath Bradby

Not really my style these days but drank it with a mate and a massive steak and hooky dooly did it hit the spot. Pretty large on the tannins and hefty but bloody wonderful

Not really my style these days but drank it with a mate and a massive steak and hooky dooly did it hit the spot. Pretty large on the tannins and hefty but bloody wonderful

Jul 11th, 2020
Romain Stamm

High acidity, young fruit character and sweet spices. Nice drop

High acidity, young fruit character and sweet spices. Nice drop

Oct 28th, 2019
Cecile B

The day I decided I like Shiraz ...

The day I decided I like Shiraz ...

Jul 28th, 2017
Brad Pejcic

The '13 was darker fruited, more brooding wine than the '09. A bigger but still balanced wine with great tannin structure and acidity. The '09 was more to my liking though.

The '13 was darker fruited, more brooding wine than the '09. A bigger but still balanced wine with great tannin structure and acidity. The '09 was more to my liking though.

Nov 27th, 2016
Bob McDonald

Deep Ruby. Aromas of mineral, earth and cherry with leather notes developing. A full bodied wine but at least heading in the right direction of being an authentic Hunter Shiraz. Will live for ages and should be a point or two higher in 5 to 10+ years.

Deep Ruby. Aromas of mineral, earth and cherry with leather notes developing. A full bodied wine but at least heading in the right direction of being an authentic Hunter Shiraz. Will live for ages and should be a point or two higher in 5 to 10+ years.

Nov 13th, 2016
Johnno Harris

Stunning!

Stunning!

Nov 9th, 2016