Cellar Selection | Marlborough
Vintage 2021 
Our Marlborough Pinot Rose, made with gorgeous Pinot Noir grapes captures summer in a bottle. A crisp and refreshing texture beautifully intermingles with flavours of juicy watermelon, strawberries and red cherries. Enjoy year round and while its young.
Grapes are harvested and pressed in cool temperatures to protect and enhance aromatics. Clear juice is fermented in stainless steel tanks using selected aromatic and textural yeast strains at cool temperatures. This rosé wine is left on yeast lees for a closely monitored period to build palate weight without compromising freshness. Suitable for plant based diets.
Summer was dry and mild with Marlborough’s signature high sunshine hours and cool nights delivering fruit in the best possible condition. The early 2021 autumn season provided Marlborough with very stable weather conditions therefore fruit was able to reach optimum physiological and flavour ripeness. The fruit was impeccably clean and the lower yields meant that the grapes packed a punch in flavour and concentration.

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Crisp and Fruity

Tasting notes

  • Strawberry
  • Watermelon
  • Cherry

This Cellar Selection Marlborough Pinot Noir Rosé captures summer in a glass. Aromatics of freshly picked strawberries combine with summer herbs such as basil and thyme. The flavours on the palate are reminiscent of juicy watermelon and red cherries, finishing with a crisp refreshing texture (like crunching on pomegranate seeds). To be enjoyed all year round!

Pairing suggestions

How to enjoy our Rosé

  • Seafood
  • Shellfish
  • Soft Cheeses

Best served chilled and enjoyed on warm summer days with fresh alfresco fare. Particularly perfect with smoked salmon and seafood.


Best served at: 8° C / 46° F

Recipe pairing

Burrata and Mortadella Pizza

Aromatic, salty and decadent, this delicious Burrata and Mortadella Pizza will be a hit at your next get together, or the perfect pairing for a soulful night in. Match it with our vibrant and fruity Rosé and you have a recipe you’ll return to time and time again.



New Zealand’s largest wine region is famous for its bright, chilly winter months followed by long, dry summers.

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