2015 10X Rosé
Wine Specs
Pinot Noir
Mornington Peninsula
Harvest Date
27 February 2015
Sugar At Harvest
21.4° Brix (11.9° Baumé)
TA (finished)
6.0 g/l
pH (finished)
5 months in old French oak barriques
Wild yeast
Bottling Date
31 August 2015
Residual Sugar
Dry (0.36 g/l)
Best drinking
Alcohol %

2015 10X Rosé

"This is pretty and accessible style with light powdery texture, clean acidity, flavours of red berries and cherries, and an easy going charm throughout. Has a nice blood orange flavour in the aftertaste too."   91, Gary Walsh

10X is our Mornington Peninsula regional blend.

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[A 10% discount applies to purchases of 12 or more bottles of this wine, or a mixed case of 12 or more bottles of Estate and/or 10X wines]

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Back vintages of this wine - 20132012, 2011, 2006

Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
The relevance of colour is something that is hotly debated in wine circles, but when it comes to rosé, there’s no doubt it matters. The first thing, therefore, to note about this wine is its gorgeously deep salmon tint, not quite lurid yet far from the anaemic rosé shades that were fashionable for a time. This is a pleasure to look at, as all rosés should be. To the nose, which immediately announces the seriousness of this wine’s style. Experienced wine lovers will know that rosé comes in a broad range of styles, some of which can carry a sweet, confectionary edge to the aroma. Not so here. While very accessible, the aroma shows firmly savoury notes of rhubarb, red berries and earthy sous-bois; it’s very much a high fashion (as opposed to a high street) expression of this style. Despite this sophistication, there’s a depth and generosity evident that suggest a well proportioned wine in the mouth. On tasting, that promise is amply fulfilled, the wine exploding with fresh fruit flavour and a wonderfully modulated acid structure. The flavour profile recalls nothing so much as biting into a fresh, crunchy red berry and feeling its flesh explode into the mouth. But it’s no one trick pony, and even as fruit flavour expresses itself, one notices many nuances both in flavour and structure. An edge of tartness frames core fruit flavours and brings wonderful freshness. Texture and grip take hold as the line progresses, turning what seems at first to be a fruit-driven wine into something wholly more sophisticated and enjoyable. The wine closes on a savoury spice note. Julian Coldrey [March 2016, commissioned by TMBT]
Production Notes
Hand picked on 27 February 2015. 115 from Coolart Road C Block. Yield 5.2 tonnes/ha (2.1 t/acre, ~31.2hl/ha).
Winemaker Notes
The grapes were hand harvested and on arrival at the winery, 90% destemmed to holding vessels for 24 hours on skins. The grapes were then pressed and the juice transferred to old French oak barriques before a spontaneous wild ferment. No malolactic fermentation and the wine spent 2 months in barrique before being racked off lees to third fill puncheons for an additional 3 months. The wine was then transferred to tank before being bottled unfined and filtered.
Food Pairing Notes
Drink with a seafood paella highlighted with saffron, or charred asparagus with goats cheese and fennel. Serve at 7-10°C.
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Vintage Notes

Following heavy rainfalls in the winter of 2014, vintage 2015 growing conditions were exceptional. Mild and consistent temperatures over the summer and a cool and dry autumn produced beautiful fruit, balanced yields and healthy canopies. The resulting wines have bright fruit, great balance and persistence. One of our very best vintages. Yields were well up on the previous vintage (overall 4.6 t/ha or 1.9t/acre compared to 2.1 t/ha or 0.8 t/acre).

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