Lawson's Dry Hills
Pinot Rosé 2014

Region: Marlborough
Winemaker: Marcus Wright/Rebecca Wiffen
Alcohol: 13%  pH: 3.45  RS: 5.1g/L  
TA: 6.2g/L  Brix: 21.1

This wine is produced from low yielding Pinot Noir vines. Picked early in the season to retain the bright fruit characters and the crisp acidity. Delicious strawberry and cream aromas lead to an elegant, dry palate with lovely concentration.

Cellaring

Drink this wine chilled, whilst it is young and fresh

Food Match

Enjoying in moderation with a seafood lunch, Paella or a chicken tagine.

Tasting Note & accolades (PDF)

New Release

Awards & Reviews

The New Zealand Herald - Review - Canvas Magazine

From Sauvignon Blanc to Gewürztraminer and all manner of varietals in between, you can be assured of genuine quality at an affordable price from this reliable producer. This Rosé caught my eye for its distinctive strawberry and cream characters, with a mix of  almond and blackcurrant leaf and dry smooth finish. Best whilst young and fresh, it's superb with seafood.

Marlborough Wine Show 2014 - SILVER MEDAL

Cuisine Magazine - Issue168 - FOUR AND HALF STARS - no 2 in tasting

Watermelon in colour, this is a concentrated rendition with a little more fruit weight than most others in the line-up. Cherry and berry flavours, together with a herbal twist, are swathed in a fleshy textural cloak. Again, a sweetish entry becomes a dry finish.

Other Vintages

Lawson's Dry Hills Pinot Rosé 2015
Lawson's Dry Hills Pinot Rosé 2016