The Cirillo 1850 Grenache Rose is sourced from some of the oldest Grenache vines in the world, planted in 1850.
It displays glossy pink hues, with a bouquet of ripe berry fruit, sweet violets and strawberries. This rose is made in parallel with elegant European styles. The palate has lovely length with a crisp finish. A divine wine to drink now, but will age with grace to enjoy over time.
Alcohol: 12.7% alc/vol
Total Acidity: 6.6 gms/l
Residual Sugar: 5.2 gms/l
The Cirillo 1850 Semillon is harvested entirely of a single vineyard in the Light Pass region in the Barossa Valley believed to be the oldest Semillon (Madeira) vineyard in the world. It is one of the few remaining Madeira vineyards left in Australia. This is why it is released under the Semillon varietal name, as opposed to the Madeira region.
Picked early in the season, normally in mid‐late January, it is harvested with great acidity. The fruit is handpicked and basket pressed. The wine is then tank fermented, without oak.
It is extremely pale green/yellow, almost clear in colour. The aroma is of lifted lemongrass with some clean mineral characters. Fruit is dominant on the palate with a lean, light structure and driven acid finish.
This Semillon is the ideal balance of fruit and acidity. Truly an exciting Semillon that will reward early drinking or cellaring for years to come.
Alcohol: 10% alc/vol
Total Acidity: 7.2gms/l
Residual Sugar: 2gms/l