Rosé

Pink Power | Fresh & precocious with plenty to say. Light bodied.
Crushed Wines

CURATED SUBSCRIPTION CASE

$1,930

By Crushed

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WHEN WILL I GET MY WINES?
After we hear back on the email mentioned above, we’ll get your wines to you within 1 – 2 business days. After the first month, we’ll ship your case the business day after your subscription rolls through. If there is a best day to receive deliveries, just let us know!
CAN I CHANGE MY MIND?

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HOW DO I KNOW WHAT’S IN THE BOX?
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Unico Zelo

ORIGAMI

$200

By Unico Zelo

ROSÉ | PINK POWER
Welcome to our world, you pretty lil’ thang

WHAT WE TASTE
Salty sweet grapefruit, tomato consommé, cheese rind

PERFECT PAIRING
Keep it light, keep it chill, no need for food on this one, just the company of a good friend or a fun book
TEMP CHECK
Cold as ice
ABOUT UNICO ZELO

Laura and Brendan Carter have an intense commitment to sustainability - a unique zeal some might say (= unico zelo in Italian - read on to find out why). They planted 35 different varietals to see which could grow without irrigation in the harsh Australian climate and ended with a handful of native Italian grapes they now craft into wonderfully smashable wines aimed at the next generation of wine drinkers.

THE GOOD THINGS THEY DO
OUR FAVE THING ABOUT THIS WINE
For starters, if you’ve met Cami & Leigh-Ann, you’d know that we live for Grenache – anytime, anywhere. Fifi is a Pinot Gris fanatic and Jamie loves her Italian varieties. So this fun little number is quite the mash-up of our girls. But that’s not all! It also harks to the influence that Japanese culture has had on the UZ ethos and branding. Laura, one half of the winemaking duo, grew up between Tokyo and Bangkok – a piece of herself that shines through in every bottle. All in all, this wine and the winery it comes from is doing some seriously cool things and we love them for it.
THE TECHNICAL STUFF
Place: Clare Valley, Riverland, & Adelaide Hills, Australia
Grape: Sangiovese, Grenache, Pinot Gris
Style: Bone dry
Ingredients: Grapes + SO2
Mixed

OUR BIRTHDAY BASH CURATED CASE

$1,700

By Champagne Lamiable, The Wine Thief, Hans Herzog, Le Fraghe, The BLANKBottle Winery and XECO

OUR BIRTHDAY BASH CURATED CASE
We picked some of our very favourites to celebrate our first birthday!

WHAT'S INSIDE
SOUFFLE D'ETOILES GRAND CRU EXTRA BRUT by Champagne Lamiable
Sparkling - Bubbly Babes
If you generally love Champagne - you will absolutely love this baby.

COLOMBARD by The Wine Thief
White - Flower Power
Sorbet shops and sea breezes – this is summertime smiles in a bottle.

PINOT GRIS by Hans Herzog
Orange – Freaks & Geeks
Is it pink, is it orange? Either way, it’s freakin’ yum!

RODON CHIARETTO DI BARDOLINO by Le Fraghe
Rosé - Pink Power
Racy, refreshing and refined – what more could we ask for from a serious rosé?

RETIREMENT AT 65 by The BLANKBottle Winery
Red - Playful
Coming from a vineyard block that started work at the same age we’d like to be retiring, this lively, lovely wine is anything but over the hill!

FINO by XECO
I Don't Identify - Fortified
A uniquely refreshing salty ocean breeze in a glass.

WHAT WE TASTE
SOUFFLE D'ETOILES
Brioche, kiwi and lemons

COLOMBARD
White grapes, quince, rockmelon sherbet

PINOT GRIS
Salty, silky, golden delicious dream!

RODON
Cherry sherbet (the powder, not the ice cream), wild roses and salty strawberries

RETIREMENT AT 65
Pretty perfume, raspberry leaves, crunchy cassis

FINO
Olive juice & salty lemons

OUR FAVE THINGS ABOUT THESE WINES

SOUFFLE D'ETOILES
This wine is extra brut, which means it’s really low in sugar - which must mean it’s good for us? Right? So drink up!

COLOMBARD
Talk about hands-on – hand-bottled, hand-corked, hand-labelled and hand-waxed, there’s a lot of our Wine Thief, Ewan’s love (and time) in every stage of this wine.

PINOT GRIS
Excuse us while we go full wine geek here – but there’s a fermentation technique called ‘carbonic maceration’ that’s usually used in the light, fun reds. Hans did that! With this white grapes! Try it! Now!

RODON
Italy isn’t exactly famous for its rosé, but Matilde takes her Chiaretto (chiaro = pale) very seriously. She uses a method called Saignée for this one – which means a portion of the pink juice is poured off from the red wine fermentation, to give a pink wine. This also results in a more concentrated red wine (more concentrated because the remaining fermentation has a higher solid-to-liquid ratio).

RETIREMENT AT 65
Gosh, we love that Pieter believed so much in the fruit from the vineyard. Despite it having been ravaged by birds and/or sheep for many years, Pieter managed to produce his first vintage of this small little block, 65 years after its inception.

FINO
It’s so versatile! Serve it over ice, straight up in a glass, or mix it with your favourite tonic, lemonade, or even bubbles! Cocktail options are endless. Have fun experimenting!

THE TECHNICAL STUFF
SOUFFLE D'ETOILES
Place: Champagne, France
Grape: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay

COLOMBARD
Place: Breedekloof, South Africa
Grape: Colombard

PINOT GRIS
Place: Marlborough, New Zealand
Grape: Pinot Gris

RODON
Place: Cavaion Veronese, Veneto, Italy
Grape: Corvina, Rondinella

RETIREMENT AT 65
Place: Darling, Western Cape, South Africa
Grape: Cinsault, Syrah

FINO
Place: Jerez, Spain
Grape: Palomino
Le Fraghe

RODON CHIARETTO DI BARDOLINO

$192

By Le Fraghe

ROSÉ | PINK POWER
Racy, refreshing and refined – what more could we ask for from a serious rosé?

WHAT WE TASTE
Cherry sherbet (the powder, not the ice cream), wild roses and salty strawberries

PERFECT PAIRING
Grilled salmon, dhal, aged hard cheeses
TEMP CHECK
Serve from the fridge or ice bucket
ABOUT LE FRAGHE

A tale as old as time, women in wine baby! Matilde Poggi’s first harvest, on her family-owned 15th-century farmhouse, happened in 1984. She worked tirelessly at a time when large, quantity-driven firms and cooperatives dominated local production. Rather than following the masses, Matilde chose to concentrate on quality, revamping her vineyards to better express the area’s native grapes. Today, she is one of Italy’s most respected producers, and, in 2013 was elected President of the Federazione Italiana Vignaioli Indipendenti (Italian Federation of Independent Grape Growers or FIVI). More recently, she became the first Italian and first female president of the European equivalent, the European Confederation of Independent Winegrowers (CEVI).

Matilde has three daughters, to whom she’d like to pass on Le Fraghe one day (but we’re volunteering in case her girls don’t want it – wanna come?).

THE GOOD THINGS THEY DO
Matilde’s farming & winemaking is certified organic and super low intervention – to the point that it’s often only Matilde herself working on the farm & in the cellar. Her work at FIVI and CEVI, as the voice of small independent wine producers, is invaluable.
OUR FAVE THING ABOUT THIS WINE
Italy isn’t exactly famous for its rosé, but Matilde takes her Chiaretto (chiaro = pale) very seriously. She uses a method called Saignée for this one – which means a portion of the pink juice is poured off from the red wine fermentation, to give a pink wine. This also results in a more concentrated red wine (more concentrated because the remaining fermentation has a higher solid-to-liquid ratio).
THE TECHNICAL STUFF
Place: Cavaion Veronese, Veneto, Italy
Grape: Corvina, Rondinella
Style: Plucky lil’ pink
Ingredients: Grapes, Bentonite + SO2 (being certified organic in Italy, she's only allowed to use half the sulphur that other producers are allowed. Matilde uses about half of that)