Best's Great Western Rosé 12pk 2017

Best's Great Western Rosé 12pk 2017

Best's Great Western Rosé 12pk 2017
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Winery Details

    There may be no other winery that defines the essence of Australia more than Best’s Great Western; family, history, truly unique wines, and its own region. Founded in 1866 by Henry Best, it has been managed by the Thomson family for six generations, including 50+ vintages by the current patriarch, Viv. These special wines form a true national treasure of our industry.

Press Review

    Best's Great Western Rosé 2017

    Free run juice largely from pinot noir and shiraz has created an elegant rosé that melds refined guava and pomegranate character with a complex, savoury tomato nuance. It’s bright and fleshy, with a long, almost dry finish.

    Rating: 92 Points

    Source: Tyson Stelzer


    Best's Great Western Rosé 2017

    Best’s Great Western has long made a rose but it’s only recently started to make it out of cellar door captivity. It’s made using shiraz and pinot noir, mostly. It’s a pale crimson colour with a touch of copper. It’s a dry, elegant wine with cherry and puppy strawberry flavours, aided by whispers of dried herbs. It feels a though it’s still finding its feet but for style, refreshment and length it deserves respect. A good drinking/buying option.

    Rating: 91 Points

    Source: Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front


    Best's Great Western Rosé 2017

    The pale pink rose revolution continues unabated, reaching out to this traditional producer who has tapped into its red varietal sources and come up with a pleasing "mostly" pinot noir variation with a splash of shiraz. Its nose is all red berries with a dash of mandarin, while the palate has decent intensity while still swirling with fresh and seductive pinot noir lift.

    Rating: 4 Stars

    Source: Tony Love