Hardys The Riddle Rosé 2015

Hardys The Riddle Rosé 2015

A deep-coloured, slightly off-dry rosé that straight shiraz. Plenty of fresh summer-fruit aromas on the palate and this wine has a sumptuous light-bodied freshness on the finish. A real taste of summer! 
South Eastern Australia
South East Australia
Cabernet Sauvignon-Grenache
Drink now + 2 years

South Eastern Australia region of Australia

The term South Eastern Australia covers a vast area of land and pretty well covers anything that isn’t Western Australia.  This means any generic wine from the states of South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales and Tasmania, can be labelled as such.

Generally speaking, the region benefits from a Mediterranean climate and indeed, even has the same latitudes as many a European winemaking region.

Cabernet Sauvignon-Grenache

Another blend that stands out for its rarity – ripe strawberry fruit from Grenache combines with blackcurrant and cassis flavours of the Cabernet to make a full bodied red wine. (See also Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache)

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Salads & Vegetables
This wine works well with the flavours of aubergine, lentils, chickpeas, beetroot and spinach and is delightful with a bowl of olives.
Fish & Seafood
Team this wine with a good fish soup or enjoy with scallops and prawns.
Pasta & Other Sauces
A light tomato or mushroom sauce works well here as does a light olive oil based accompaniment.
This wine is great with roast or cold turkey and an array of charcuterie and thinly sliced meats. If you want to splurge try some Bellota ham!
Herbs & Spices 
Pair mint, dill or parsley as your primary herbs with this wine.
Spicy Foods
Lighter Thai or lentil-based Moroccan dishes would suit this particular wine.
Enjoy this wine with a selection of Greek cheeses such as feta and halloumi or enjoy with creamed cheese.
Bottle 75cl:
- Earn 8 points -
Case of 6:
- Earn 48 points -
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