Charlotte Dalton 2021 Isolated Rosé (Langhorne Creek)

The Tempranillo and Montepulciano fruit for this small-batch wine is from Langhorne Creek (winemaker Charlotte Hardy is based in the Adelaide Hills). Its name is apt: This is a cerebral rosé that's the color of strawberry juice with chameleon-like tendencies that feels right for solo island sipping. For now it's a little funky and a touch volatile, but the watermelon and fleshy red berry flavors win out. The palate is on the fuller end of the spectrum, but there's freshness of character. There are stronger wines in this producer's stable, but it's a tasty drop nonetheless. Christina Pickard

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  • Alcohol
    13.5%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    Rose
  • Importer
    Wine Dogs Imports LLC
  • Date Published
    12/1/2022
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