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From its beautiful rose colour to the refreshing dry or sweet taste, there is no doubt in why rosé wine is becoming more popular. Our wide range of rosé comes from the best French and Australian producers from Provence to Margaret Rivier.
For the wine enthusiast at heart, you can visit our tasting panel. There, our wine tasters describe the experience of the best rosé to help you find the perfect bottle. Best served between 4 and 10 degrees, we recommend pairing a good rosé wine with curry, barbecue, fish or fresh fruit.
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From under $20 to exclusive bottles, Perth’s Liberty Liquors Claremont, has the best range of rose wines in Western Australia. Neither red nor white, Rosé is essentially a pink wine made from red grapes, with minimal skin contact, in the style of a white wine. Like most white wines, Rosés are best served chilled and enjoyed soon after release. They are fantastically food-friendly, and perfectly suited to our warmer climate and laid-back lifestyle.
The high number of Rosé variations makes generalisations difficult. While styles vary, most Australian Rosés are made in a similar way, with the main differences being in the grape varieties used, the region of origin and residual sugar and alcohol levels.
Rosé can be made from a number of different grape varietals. The choice of varietal will usually depend on the region from which the rosé is sourced. In Australia we see a range of different red grape varietals used to make rosé – shiraz, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir, tempranillo, gamay, grenache, sangiovese, cinsault just to name a few. It will depend on the access to red wine grapes the winemaker has. Winemakers then use their skill to make a rosé wine to their preferred flavour profile. Here in Western Australia the majority of our rosé is made from Pinot Noir grapes due to the popularity of the style, however due to our wonderful climate we are able to produce most of the grape varietals to use for Rose.
The resulting wine’s flavour profile will elicit some of the red varietal’s key characteristics. When it comes to drier styles, Pinot Noir-based Rosé can be depended on to deliver good quality with soft, easy characteristics of plums, spice and an array of savoury fruits. It goes without saying that the best Pinot Noir Rosé come from those regions that excel in the production of Pinot Noir, that is, classic cool climate regions like Great Southern, Yarra Valley, Adelaide Hills, Tumbarumba, and Orange.
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