Rose of the mighty Grampians via Blood Moon Wines.
Strawberry, peach, light hops character, smells a bit like Aperol, has some savouriness and generally presents as very interesting to sniff on. Juicy, fleshy, some similar flavours to the bouquet with a light, smoky paprika spice with a little truffle earthiness in there too. Curious and good, one could say. While refreshing, this kind of positions itself as a more interesting, left of centre style, which is great too. - The Wine Front