Brut Rosé

(1 customer review)


Light salmon pink in colour. Strawberry. Cherry. Honey. Brioche. Crisp. Elegant. Savoury.

Gold Medal, 2020 ICC Sydney NSW Wine Awards

★★★★1/2 Winestate Magazine Annual Champagne & Sparkling Challenge 2019

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Centennial Vineyards Brut Rosé is a multi-vintage blend of Pinot Noir (64%) and Chardonnay (36%) all grown at our cool climate Bowral Vineyards in The Southern Highlands at 700m altitude.

This sparkling wine has been made using the traditional method of bottle fermentation and aged on yeast lees for 48 months. It has an authentic light salmon pink colour and shows complex aromas of strawberry, cherry, dried fruits, honey, and yeast. The palate has great poise and focus, with good richness and palate weight, and has wonderful crisp natural acidity that flows all the way through the clean, savoury finish.
This is a very elegant sparkling wine with fantastic line and length and cleansing acidity. Great with hors d’oeuvres.


Reviews and Awards 

★★★★1/2 Winestate Magazine 2022 Champagne & Sparkling Challenge

Silver Medal, 2020 ICC Sydney NSW Wine Awards

91 Points James Halliday Wine Companion 2020.

Finalist, Top 5 Sparkling Wine of the Year Australia & New Zealand Winestate Magazine 2019

★★★★1/2 Winestate Magazine Annual Champagne & Sparkling Challenge 2019

Over 30 Trophies and Medals Won.

“Pale smoked-salmon pink. Rich straw, smoky/meaty toasty pinot nose. The palate opens with searing acid, then fills out into a soft, medium-weight, slightly broad palate with a touch of liqueur but a dominant acid-driven dryness. Straw-hay characters are a bit plain. Rather rasping acid and a sour aftertaste. It does have some fruit quality. Intensity, depth, length, fruit flavour is good and it has concentration, plus some developed complexities. Like it.”  Huon Hooke

1 review for Brut Rosé

  1. Natalie Dare

    93 Points Halliday 2022 Fruit from the proprietary Bowral vineyard. A very light coral. A striking colour, resembling better rosé champagnes. Scents of pumice, sour cherry, strawberry and musk. Classy. Finely delineated by chalky acidity, judicious use of red wine and substantial lees ageing, delivering a finish of brioche and cream. A tad sour, but that is being churlish. Uber-dry, suiting the fruit weight and acidity impeccably.

    Ned Goodwin MW
    Published 13 August 2021

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