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McWilliam's 480 Tumbarumba Rose

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McWilliam’s 480 Tumbarumba Rose is a delightful Australian wine that showcases the unique terroir of the Tumbarumba region. Made from a blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes, this rosé offers a vibrant pink hue and a bouquet of fresh red berries, citrus, and floral notes. On the palate, it presents a crisp acidity balanced with subtle hints of strawberry and cream, leading to a refreshing finish.

This wine is crafted with precision and care, reflecting the cool climate conditions of Tumbarumba that contribute to its elegant structure and complexity. The McWilliam’s 480 Tumbarumba Rose is an excellent choice for those seeking a versatile wine that pairs well with a variety of dishes or can be enjoyed on its own as a sophisticated apéritif.

480 Tumbarumba Rose is with a Screw Cap closure by McWilliam's.


Wine Vybe Icon Producer McWilliam's
Wine Vybe Icon Alcohol bv 13.5%
Wine Vybe Icon Closure Screw Cap
Wine Vybe Icon MPN # WVB-113916
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Rosé Varietals

Rosé is a type of wine made from red grape varieties, where the grape skins are in contact with the juice for a short period, imparting a pink color to the wine. It produces a wide range of styles, from dry to sweet, with flavors of red berries, citrus, and melon. The ABV for rosé wines typically ranges from 11-13.5%. Its popularity is due to its refreshing, approachable profile and its versatility as a food-friendly wine.

Rosé wines are produced in nearly every wine-growing region in the world, with notable examples from Provence, France, and the Spanish regions of Navarra and Rioja. The winemaking process for rosé includes limited skin contact, resulting in a wine that has the color of red wine but the crispness of white wine. Rosé wines are often enjoyed young and chilled, making them a popular choice for warm weather and casual occasions. The diversity and appeal of rosé wines ensure their continued popularity among wine lovers.

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