The Shy Pig Blush 75cl
- Wine of Australia
- Wine based drink
In the yard, a cheeky little pig started to make a name for himself. Random mischievous acts were being encountered, often accompanied by a glimpse of a curly tailed behind, scrambling away with the cutest of little snorts. So infamous was this little character that he’s ended up on a bottle or two.
This glass of blush is packed with fresh strawberry and cherry character.
- Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
- Country of Origin Australia
- Pack Type: Bottle
Best enjoyed within one year of purchase and consumed within two days of opening.
Australian Vintage (Europe) Limited,
|Tasting Notes||This bottle of blush is packed with fresh strawberry and cherry character|
|Storage Instructions||This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to < >|
|Country of Origin||Australia|
|Grape Variety||Rosé Grape Blend|
|Producer||Australian Vintage (Europe) Ltd.|
|Vinification||All fruit was harvested at optimum temperatures in the cool of the night. Fruit was crushed and the juice was pressed immediately, and fermented in stainless steel tanks. The free run and pressing fractions were treated separately. The juice was fermented at cool temperatures to preserve the primary fruit characters. After fermentation came clarification, then blending and stabilisation|
|History||In the yard a cheeky little pig started to make a name for himself. Random mischievous acts were being encountered, often with a glimpse of a curly tail, scrambling away with the cutest of snorts. So infamous was this little character that he has landed himself on a bottle or two. This Little Pig is crafted by the award winning winemakers at Australian Vintage Ltd where skill, experience and modern winemaking techniques are utilised to produce a consistently high quality product in each and every bottle.|
|Regional Information||The fruit was selected from vineyards mainly from the Murray Darling region. The climate is hot with high evaporation rates & generally low rainfall making irrigation essential. The climate is also continental, resulting in long sunny days and noticeably cooler nights. Modern viticultural & winemaking techniques mean that the climate can be seen as one of the region’s strengths. Long sunshine hours ensure fruit ripens fully & low relative humidity results in little incidence of disease|