In 1987 husband and wife team, Brent and Shirley Rawston, planted three hectares of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir on the banks of the Halswell River in Canterbury, New Zealand. Then in 2004 they ventured into Marlborough and today this family-owned business grows internationally recognized award-winning varieties across 100 acres of vineyards in the Rapaura area of the Wairau Valley.
Twenty-four hours of skin contact produces a subtle Rosé wine with a beautiful pale salmon hue. Red fruit aromas with hints of rose petals and summer spices. This wine has a long lingering palate of summer fruits, particularly raspberries and strawberries. Serve lightly chilled, with almost any white meat or fish dishes.