Sarabah’s Rosé has been thrown around the dinner table, and has earned itself the title of ‘the one to beat’ possibly the best wine to come out of Sarabah it rivals those akin to those from the south of France. It’s even been sought after by well travelled and seasoned CEO’s.
It has a discernible Australian summer, late afternoon, watching the sunset taste. The perfect wine for any occasion to impress, or even to just relax.
Compared with most other Rosé’s that can be accompanied by a sour jaw tingling aftertaste, Sarabah’s Rosé doesn’t carry this post palate jaw assault.
Rosé can be served with Tapas, antipasto, salads, cold vegetables, cold salted meats, seafood and fish, paella and rices, chicken, pork, veal, cheeses and spicy foods. Amongst critics it is believed that Rosé is the ‘pairing’ wine because it compliments so many different food types.