Now here’s a fluffy little Rosé we think ain’t baaaaaa’h at all. So what’s with all the sheep on the label you ask? The vineyard sits on land that used to be controlled by a powerful medieval gang of…sheep ranchers!
Yep, “The Mesta” as they were known passed through the land with their flocks in tow. To this day the annual mass migration of these fluffy Spanish sheep can still be spotted on this land.
Produced with Spain’s number one grape, Tempranillo (temp-rah-knee-oh) – she’s off-dry in style, succulent and juicy. It even has a Kiwi connection with NZ Master of Wine Sam Harrop lending a hand with the winemaking.