The Willow Bridge rosa de solana highlights the purity and vibrancy of the Tempranillo grape.
A wonderful array of fresh fruit flavour, scented spice and intense palate punch, suited to the Spring and Summer months!
Very pale pink colour, lifted turkish delight, jasmine and crushed strawberry.
The purity of forest berries are evident on a juicy palate with flowery notes, creamy and almost chalky with a light savoury finish.
Estate grown from the spectacular hillside vineyard in the Ferguson Valley of the Geographe wine region, fruit is sourced from our Cameron block which were planted in 2009.
Soil is typically a deep layer of ironstone gravelly loam over red and yellow friable clay with slight westerly aspects at elevations of 220 to 250m above sea level.
Minimal time on skins allows for a pale pink colour and less phenolic extract as juice is drained to fermenter for settling and racking.
The season for the Geographe wine region was cool and dry. The five months until the end of January had yielded little rain, about 70mm less than the same period last year
The cooler weather also disrupted flowering and fruit set resulting in much smaller bunch sizes and high incidence of hen and chicken.
The January 2019 average temperature of 21.3 was two degrees Celsius lower than the 23.3 of 2016.