2011 David Franz Brother’s Ilk “Sang et de L’Eau” Rose. Barossa Valley. 11.5%

Interesting colour this. Think dried peach, with orange, coppery hues.

David Franz Brother's Ilk "Sang et de L'Eau" Rose 1     David Franz Brother's Ilk "Sang et de L'Eau" Rose 2

Said it before and I’ll say it again. I love the packaging style of David Franz wines. Paper sleeve around the bottle, protecting the screen printed bottle. Brilliant.

Dry, bone dry..

Sour cherries, cranberry. Full of spice and savoury aspects. Pomegranate, white pepper, ginger. There is a brie like creamy palate with brioche complexity. Ruby grapefruit notes, apricot kernel. Medium acid and intensity.

Finishes a fraction short on the palate. Flavours are good while they last.

Enjoyable wine. Not as good as David Franz’s regular Rosé, the Red Rosé Survivor Vines.

Tasted 3rd April 2014

Purchased directly from the winery for $22

About Perth Wine Enthusiast

Casual observations of a Perth wine enthusiast. I am a recently turned 40 husband to a wonderful wife and father to 3 fantastic children. When work and family are not occupying me, my thoughts frequently turn towards two of my other passions in life, wine and food.

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