“One of Australia’s best rosés, year in, year out.” – James Halliday
That’s high praise coming from a high place – Halliday is undoubtedly Australia’s most followed wine critic. And this latest 2023 didn’t disappoint with not one but TWO Trophies for best Rosé at the Royal Melbourne Wine Show and Barossa Wine Show respectively!
We’ve guzzled (or is that gobbled?) a bottle or two recently and can confirm – this is bloody delish! It’s pale pink in colour, light and crisp with summer fruit flavours and a dry finish. A real class act and although it’s from the Barossa this has the look, feel and taste of a Provence style Rose.
Turkey Flat. Gobble gobble. So what’s with the name? Well the early settlers in the area in the 1840s noticed a large native bird often in the area on the rich flats at the lower end of the Tanunda Creek. Bird lovers will tell you it wasn’t a turkey, it was actually an Ardeotis australis, but for the sake of a good story let’s stick with turkey!
The Schulz family have been running the Turkey Flat vineyards since the 1860s and as a side hussle at the time also had a thriving family butcher business! It was meant to be!
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