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Rosé Wine, Cabernet Blend, Sangiovese

Winemakers often blend Cabernet Sauvignon with other grape varietals (such as Merlot and Shiraz) as it enhances complexity within the wine whilst giving the fruitier varieties a framework and structure to sit within. The addition of other grapes to Cabernet tends to soften out the harsher tannins.

Cabernet blends from Coonawarra, Margaret River and Langhorne Creek are the most commonly known in Australia with Bordeaux and Languedoc the most iconic regions in France for making Cabernet blends.
Hailing from Italy's north, Sangiovese owes its popularity to being the primary varietal used in Chianti production.

Not an overly aromatic red varietal, the grapes impact comes from the dried plum, sour cherry and herbaceous notes it imparts on the palate along with its firm tannin structure.
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  1. Collector ‘Shoreline’ Sangiovese Rose 2021
    The wine is fresh on the nose with aromas of mandarin, cherry, rose-water and spice. The palate is dry, with moreish mid-palate texture and mouth-watering acidity. Great for seasonal drinking with antipasti. Sangiovese and Mammolo grapes were hand-harvested in the ... Learn More
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