Mitchell Harris Pyrenees Rosé 2018
$ 28.00 incl. GST
|10% off any 12 bottles.||12 - 120||10 %|
70% Pinot Noir, blended with Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Grown at Moonambel in the Pyrenees. Wild fermented and matured in old French oak.
A dry and generous rosé with texture and complexity built by considered winemaking. Wild cherries and summer berry fruit is abound, with earth and dried herbal notes and a long savoury tail.
Mitchell Harris / Pyrenees And Ballarat, Vic
Cool Climate Stylings From One Of The Most Passionate Advocates For Victorian Wine
Famed for an excellent wine bar and cellar door venue in Ballarat, Mitchell Harris is a multi-faced wine business of two families. The affable John Harris earned his winemaking stripes as chief sparkling winemaker of Domaine Chandon before the families launched their own operation in 2008, becoming Ballarat’s first true food and wine destination, underpinned by a smart, small batch wine label.
Long standing relationships with good growers have been maintained, most notably with the Peerick vineyard in the gorgeous Victorian Pyrenees. Winemaking ethos is of contemporary minimal handling, with a leaning to wild ferments, considered use of French oak, and gentle extraction. The wines are stylistically clean and pure, with John Harris a renowned tireless campaigner in the promotion of Victoria’s wines and regions.