Jansz Premium Rosé
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Jansz Premium Rosé - NV

Item # 29063 750mL
$24.96/ Single Bottle
$149.76 $142.27/ Case of 6
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Tasting Notes

Jansz Tasmania vineyard lies in the Tamar Valley in the heart of the Pipers River region in northeastern Tasmania. Grown in a cool climate, this sparkling rosé is crisp and clean with strawberry, watermelon, and spice flavors.

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Staff Pick Notes

In case you're unfamiliar with "sparkling Tasmania," here is your introduction. This little devil will knock your socks off. Situated in the cold, wild northeast, the vineyard's temperatures are moderated by the nearby Bass Strait (separating the island from Australia's mainland). Throw in iron and calcium-rich basalt soil, and a stellar winemaker in Natalie Fryar and something wonderful will happen. At 55% Chardonnay and 45% Pinot Noir, this lush, copper-hued wine features bright, yellow and red fruits, a creamy mid-palate and a long finish. This will give Champagne a run for its money. Truly delicious.

- EG

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