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Cabernet Sauvignon 34% / Merlot 26%  / Cabernet Franc 26% / Syrah 14 %


Moi Wine’s fourth vintage of Rosé was once again a culmination of efforts from both steadfast grapegrowers and unrelinquishing winemaking.


As was the case across much of New Zealand, it was a challenging vintage but these grapes remained faithful to the cause in the face of a dry growing season followed by relentless rains falling right at harvest time.

The growing season from start to finish was one of high heat and high humidity. We survived the onslaught, harvested early in the morning whilste there was a window of sunshine early in the morning of Tuesday 27th March.

The fruit medley of grape varieties gives this Rosé an abundant aromatic depth. With four separate ferments of Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot tank and barrel, Cabernet Franc tank and Syrah tank finally blended together to all render this wine with a light blush colour and presence. One is enticed into an aroma of crisp apple skin, strawberries and red berry fruits. The Syrah gives a deep musk character, along with a playful Wilde berry note; Cabernet Franc lends itself into a fragrant florality; the Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot component balances with crisp acid and lacey phenolics of poise and grace. 15% of this wine was fermented in well-seasoned barrels, with the intention of creating a textural wine, whilst also retaining aromatic and vibrant fruit aromas.

(c) Sarah Allen Photography
(c) Sarah Allen Photography
(c) Sarah Allen Photography
(c) Sarah Allen Photography
(c) Sarah Allen Photography
West Auckland Scene
(c) Sarah Allen Photography

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