Taylors Wines

Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir Rose

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Adelaide Hills, Mount Lofty Ranges, South Australia, Australia
Pinot Noir
Turkey, Game, Exotic Spices, Soft Cheese, Duck, Goose, Salads & Greens, Potato, Quinoa, Farro, Brown Rice, White Rice, Pasta, Herbs, Nuts & Seeds, Mushrooms, Chicken, Meaty & Oily Fish, Shellfish, Crab & Lobster, Stew, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Salami & Prosciutto, Salmon, Quinoa, Shellfish
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Casey @ Travelling Corkscrew

This is another bottle I received as part of the Taylor's Wines #tempchallenge. If you haven't seen any Taylor's Wines recently, take a look the next time you're in the bottle shop as they have a temperature sensor on the back. This is to help guide you to the optimum drinking temp of different wines for maximum enjoyment! Once my rosé reached the optimum 8-10 degrees this is what I thought...

Candy-floss pink on the eye with lovely scents of sweet red fruits, rose petals and vanilla bean rising from the glass. On the palate it's refreshing and dry with plentiful red fruit flavours (think raspberries and strawberries) and crisp acidity.

After trying the wine when it was too warm, too cold and then at what's suggested the optimum - I have to say it was definitely more enjoyable when it was the latter. Not too cold to hide any of the flavours and not too warm that it heightens the alcohol and becomes unbalanced.

All opinions are based on my own taste buds. Wine is subjective, so make sure you drink what you enjoy! #tcweekdaywine
#mediasample

This is another bottle I received as part of the Taylor's Wines #tempchallenge. If you haven't seen any Taylor's Wines recently, take a look the next time you're in the bottle shop as they have a temperature sensor on the back. This is to help guide you to the optimum drinking temp of different wines for maximum enjoyment! Once my rosé reached the optimum 8-10 degrees this is what I thought...

Candy-floss pink on the eye with lovely scents of sweet red fruits, rose petals and vanilla bean rising from the glass. On the palate it's refreshing and dry with plentiful red fruit flavours (think raspberries and strawberries) and crisp acidity.

After trying the wine when it was too warm, too cold and then at what's suggested the optimum - I have to say it was definitely more enjoyable when it was the latter. Not too cold to hide any of the flavours and not too warm that it heightens the alcohol and becomes unbalanced.

All opinions are based on my own taste buds. Wine is subjective, so make sure you drink what you enjoy! #tcweekdaywine
#mediasample

Dec 19th, 2016