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Rosily The Cartographer (case of 12 bottles)

$299.99 $254.99

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 Rosily The Cartographer  x 12

A quality Bordeaux style blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot.

Appearance: Clear, bright, deep ruby red with a slight purple hue.

Nose: Fresh mix of red berries, spice and lightly toasted oak.

Palate: Displays gum leaf, dark cherry, plum and black olive flavours with a subtle savoury edge. Grainy tannins flow smoothly to the finish.

Cellaring: The quality of the 2013 vintage will ensure his wine will cellar for seven to nine years from the release date (01/12/17).

 2013 Blend: Cabernet Sauvignon 48%, Cabernet Franc 25%, Merlot 20%, Petit Verdot 7%

Clear, bright, deep ruby red with a slight purple hue. Fresh mix of red berries, spice and lightly toasted oak.

It displays red currant, herbal, plum and black olive avours with a vibrant, rich nish. The quality of the 2013 vintage will ensure this wine will cellar for seven to eight years from the release date (01/12/17)

 

2012 Vintage – Gold Medal 2016 Winewise Small Vignerons Show

2010 Vintage – Silver Medal 2014 Margaret River Wine Show, Silver Medal 2013 Margaret River Wine Show, Silver Medal 2012 Qantas WA Wine Show

2007 Vintage – Silver Medal 2010 Boutique Winemakers Show

 Rosily The Cartographer (case of 12 bottles)

Rosily Vineyard is situated on Yelverton Road in the Willyabrup sub region of Margaret River. The total vineyard size is 12.27 hectares. Only fruit from this vineyard is used in the production of our wines. The wines are all made at the winery constructed on the property in the year 2000.

Rosily Vineyard is named after Vice-Admiral Count François-Étienne de Rosily-Mesros (1748- 1832), a French Navigator and Cartographer, who was intimately involved in the ongoing French explorations of Western Australia during the late 18th and early 19th centuries.

Rosily was an ensign on the ‘Gros Ventre’ commanded by Louis de St. Alouarn in 1772.

The ‘Gros Ventre’ chartered the south west coast of Australia at Cape Leeuwin, where Rosily made the first, but very accurate survey of Flinders Bay. They then sailed north to Dirk Hartog Island, where St. Alouarn formally annexed Western Australia for France.

 

 This item is only available by the dozen.

 Please allow for a 24-48 hour turnaround on this item if selecting "local delivery" at checkout. 

 

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