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1 - 9 of 9 Wines By Rosemount
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Rosemount Diamond Label Cabernet
Available by the dozen
Approachable and profoundly fruit driven, smooth and easy drinking, well balanced and highly suited for today's relaxed lifestyles. The affable nature of this wine keeps lovers of satisfying, everyday drinking Cabernet Sauvignon returning to Rosemount. From their wide expanse of bountiful vineyards, Rosemount have selected the best of their harvests to fashion into a stylish, structured and flavoursome red wine, properly attired to partake with red meats or pasta, unbeatable alongside tasty cheeses and essential at late night soirees with good company.
$1399each
$167DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Rosemount Estate works to the philosophy that a quality product will always be appreciated. Rosemount have established an impressive inventory of vineyard sites across the finest viticultural precincts of Australia, well positioned to take advantage of the most favourable soils and mesoclimates. Nestled amongst the valleys and undulating aspects of premier wine growing terroirs, sites are selected for their propensity to offer near perfect grape growing conditions, exactingly husbanded to produce the best fruit. Cabernet Sauvignon is sourced off the healthiest vines, following the crush and fermentations, parcels are treated to a term of maturation under a selection of fine grained oak.
 
Deep ruby colour with crimson hues. A distinctive Cabernet nose showing lovely, expressive ripe aromas of cassis and red cherry, violet and black fruit, hints of briar and characters of mint. Complex on the palate, expressing blue and bramble berries, the flavours supported by gentle tannins. Drinking beautifully alongside meats, red wine risottos or tomato based pasta.
Rosemount Diamond Label Chardonnay
Available by the dozen
Diamond Label has remained a staple around restaurant tables throughout Australia for decades. Everyone can appreciate it's consistency of quality, seamless palate, lively fruit and easy to enjoy styling. The bottle's diamond shaped footprint is a reflection of Rosemount's distinctive label, which has served as a beacon to lovers of good wine. A Chardonnay which can lay claim to being the most popular offering within it's range each and every year, it remains the first choice for today's relaxed lifestyle, refreshing, universally appealing and completely satisfying.
$1399each
$167DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Chardonnay enthusiasts in Australia and abroad have grown fonder of Rosemount over the years. Much has changed at Rosemount Estate, however, the commitment to quality which defined the original vision and humble beginnings in the Hunter Valley remains intact. This vision has remained pivotal to the progress and success of the now world famous Rosemount brand. The newer technologies do not preclude traditional techniques such as natural yeast fermentation, oak barrel maturation and battonage lees stirring where appropriate. Sourced from the best vineyards, Diamond Label offers an intensity of fruit flavours and solid structure.
 
A medium straw colour with greenish hue. The nose shows distinctive Chardonnay characters of cantaloupe melon, kaffir lime and honey. Full on with flavour, as clean, juicy Chardonnay varietal fruit characters, citrus, melons and nectarine are balanced against a backdrop of grapefruit oak, minerally in texture with a persistence and fine length of palate. Enjoy today with fresh seafood, Vietnamese pho or a grilled chicken breast caesar.
Rosemount Diamond Label Merlot
Available by the dozen
Rosemount work to the philosophy that a quality wine will always be appreciated. They have established a wide variety of vineyard sites around Australia, well positioned to take advantage of the most favourable soil types and mesoclimes. Diamond Label has remained a staple around bistrot tables across Australia for decades. Everyone can appreciate the consistency of quality, seamless palate structure and lively fruit. A stylish Cabernet Merlot, delightfully smooth, displaying all the easy drinking qualities which have made Diamond Label so popular.
$1399each
$167DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
A baronial winemaking estate with a long tradition of memorable vintages, Rosemount once claimed the Royal Melbourne Jimmy Watson Trophy for Cabernet Merlot. State of the art plant and equipment are essential, but a traditionalist approach to winemaking is at the heart of Diamond Label. From modern rotary fermenters to computer monitored temperature control, Rosemount have the finest facilities at their disposal. The technology however does not preclude old world winemaking techniques such as natural yeast inoculation and barrel fermentation. Following a cold soak maceration and vinification, components of Diamond Label are treated to maturation under a selection of fine oak.
 
Bright plum red with vibrant purple hues. An impressive, complex nose with aromas of violets, plum and blackberry melding with hints of oak. A palate full of generous, dark fruit flavours complimented by touches of spice and delicate background oak. A smoothly textured Cabernet with the structure and weight of fruit to match with char grilled scotch fillet and truffle mash.
Rosemount Diamond Label Pinot Noir
Available by the dozen
Rosemount have always created popular wines that appeal to the Australian palate, one of the few labels that are well recognized overseas and continue to play an important role in satisfying the local enthusiasm for quality and value. Rosemount's timeless and enduring range of wines serve as a beacon for enthusiasts around the world, countless international accolades bearing testament to the tradition of excellence. Diamond Label takes aim at finely tuning the established Rosemount style to satisfy today's evolving appreciation of Pinot Noir.
$1399each
$167DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
 
Vibrant ruby red, purple hues. Lifted cherry and red berries, subtle sweet earthy characters and a hint of spice. A refreshing burst of cherries and raspberry fruits, followed by subtle notes of cinnamon and oak. Rich velvety lusciousness on the palate and fine tannins carry the wine towards a long and delicious finish.
Rosemount Diamond Label Sauvignon Blanc
Available by the dozen
Rosemount continue to craft some of South Australia's most approachable Sauvignon Blanc. As contemporary tastes evolve, Rosemount have remained at the forefront with consistent improvements to the quality of their fruit and innovations in the way the wines are fashioned and presented. The Diamond Label Series are at the heart of Rosemount, as the team take aim to assemble parcels of Sauvignon Blanc from choice vineyards into a wine with an intensity of bright varietal fruit flavour, clean aromaticness and overall softness on the palate.
$1399each
$167DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
By sourcing Sauvignon Blanc from the finest vineyards, Rosemount are once again achieving the standards which have placed their wines at the top of international winelists over the years. Sauvignon Blanc with crisp characters and just the right amount of refreshing acidity is essential to the Diamond label style. Components of fruit which are high in vibrant aromatic profiles are included to add complexity. Grapes are picked only when the desired levels of natural fruit sugars are achieved. Rosemount is vinified and matured in controlled fermenters to capture the expression of terroir, to retain all the vibrant expressions of vital Sauvignon Blanc and to achieve a refreshing, early drinking style.
 
Vibrant straw with green hints. A gorgeous youthful nose showing aromas of passionfruit and lemon with more complex notes of cut grass and green pea. A full flavoured Sauvignon Blanc with great length of flavour and bright expressions of citrus, vegetal and herbaceousness. Serve well chilled and enjoy as aperitif or match with seafood, tomato aspic or gourmandise goats cheese & basil quiche.
Rosemount Diamond Label Shiraz
Available by the dozen
Rosemount have long been one of Australia's leading labels, with a reputation for excellence in Shiraz, a product of fruit grown to the finest vineyards, along with a consuming dedication to quality, innovation and style. Rosemount's unique diamond shaped label serves as a beacon for enthusiasts everywhere, a long list of international accolades attests to the consistency. Stylish and sophisticated, Diamond Label Shiraz displays the fruit forward, easy drinking sensibility of Rosemount, making it delicious from the first sip to the last delectable drop.
$1399each
$167DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
A new chapter has opened on the Rosemount story, with a reinforced commitment to the hallmark wine style and ground breaking new packaging, setting the standard for modern tastes. Diamond Label is crafted from harvests of the finest Shiraz grown to Rosemount vineyards. Favourable microclimes, good soils and world class viticultural management techniques stimulate a steady ripening of fruit, to the development of full varietal characters, essential spice and requisite plummy tannins. Crushed and inoculated into a combination of tank and open top fermenters, retaining freshness and enhancing complexity, components are treated to a course of oak maturation, integrating fruit and softening the tannins.
 
Deep ruby colour. A rich nose offering hints of complex spice and intense black fruits. The palate unravels layers of fleshy, lifted plum and berry flavours, concentrated dark fruits, spice notes and background condusive tannins offering support. Diffused oak, creamy with vanilla and nut, tasteful integrated tannins. Designed to drink beautifully upon release, the wine of choice to accompany pepper steak or spicey ragu.
Rosemount GSM Grenache Shiraz Mataro
McLaren Vale
Available by the dozen
Rosemount have drawn many of their most memorable vintages from McLaren Vale, they retain an inventory of the finest sites and know the best growers. First released in 1994, GSM is Rosemount Estate’s ultimate rendering of McLaren Vale, the rich, spicy fruit flavours of old bush vine Grenache balances the opulence and power of Shiraz, the firmness of structure from Mourvèdre. A highly fragrant style, bursting with a cornucopia of red cherries, mulberry, violets and lifted floral spice, its dark plum palate is underpinned by a length of white chocolate and nutmeg oak.
$3599each
$431DOZEN
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Close vineyard management throughout the growing season and attention to detail remain essential to the harvest of healthy, fully ripened fruit. A careful selection is made by the viticultural team of mature McLaren Vale vineyards, some of which have been supplying Rosemount for generations. Choice parcels of Mouverdre, Shiraz and Grenache are treated to a combination of old and new world vinification techniques, followed by a judicious term of maturation in a selection of seasoned French oak, before a rigorous selection to determine those batches which best express the generosity and affability of McLaren Vale's finest GSM.
Rosemount MV Collection Grenache Shiraz Mataro
McLaren Vale
Available by the dozen
Few winemakers have played as significant a role as Rosemount, for bringing Australian wines to appreciative enthusiasts around the globe. Quality is the key to success, traditional techniques such as natural yeast ferments, malolactic and luxury oak, remain at the core of winemaking methodology. At the Rosemount McLaren Vale wineworks, a collection of old open vats, a century of age, are still employed to craft parcels of Grenache, Mouverdre and Shiraz, selected from the finest local vineyards, on the basis of fragrantly perfumed aromatics, intensity of complex flavours and ripe, velvet tannins.
$1999each
$239DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
 
Vibrant dark crimson with purple hues. A fragrant medley of violets, ripe plums, blueberries and raspberry. Medium bodied wine of great vigor, blueberries and ripe cherry, juicy plums and fragrant violets fill the palate. Subtle milk chocolate, nutmeg and a delicate note of black pepper follow, providing a long and lively, flavour filled finish.
Rosemount O
Available by the dozen
The most conspicuous new genre of wine in recent times. Style influencers, design luminaries and fashionistas standby, Rosemount has launched Rosemount O, a refreshingly crisp and delicately sparkling white wine specially designed to be served over ice. Like biting into a cool crisp grape, Rosemount O has luscious, sweet fruit flavours with a beautifully balanced acidity to ensure that its structure, spritz and intensity are retained. Slightly lower in alcohol, Rosemount O creates a new Over-the-Ice subcategory, in lighter, refreshing styling.
$1499each
$179DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Rosemount O is created from very ripe grapes, so that its flavour is not affected but rather enhanced by ice. A blend of the most flavoursome of all white varietals, Muscat Gordo and White Frontignac, the residual sugar level is 75 grams per litre. This allows the wine to be served over ice without diluting the flavour. The crisp acidity also serves to balance the sugar and keep the wine fresh and zingy. Rosemount O is designed to remain delicately bubbly through a unique carbonation process. The Rosemount team have magically achieved bubbles that survive much longer when served over ice, ensuring a crisp and refreshing, fully invigorating sparkling beverage. Alcohol 9.0%
 
Perfect for Australia's warmer climate and fun loving lifestyles, Rosemount O is uniquely created from the most luscious grapes exhibiting beautiful flavours. This delicately sparkling, slightly fruity wine is best served over ice, which means that you can enjoy a bottle of wine with your friends and feel refreshed at the same time. Simply the latest in must-have refreshments! Full of flavour, Rosemount O is enhanced when served over ice, and everyone agrees, is simply gorgeous to sip.
In a little over 30 years, Rosemount Estate has established itself as one of Australia's most dedicated, innovative and leading wineries

Much has changed over the years at Rosemount Estate however, the commitment to quality that defined the original vision for Rosemount Estate's humble beginnings in the Hunter Valley has remained intact. This vision has remained pivotal to the progress and success of the now world famous winery that is Rosemount Estate.

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Bob Oatley established Rosemount Estate in 1969 after a career in the coffee industry where he was awarded the British Empire Medal for his services in Papua New Guinea. Bob Oatley instilled at Rosemount Estate a mentality learned in the coffee industry, that a quality product will always be sought out and appreciated. Bob Oatley's wish to establish a reputation for fine wine production was satisfied early and has led Rosemount Estate to establish a wide variety of vineyard sites around Australia that take advantage of the varied soil types and regional climates. In 1992 he was awarded the Graham Gregory Trophy for 'Significant contribution to the Wine Industry of New South Wales.'

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The Rosemount Estate crest reflects the Upper Hunter Valley setting of the Rosemount Estate and the passions of the founding Oatley family. The horse silhouette on the top left denotes the many stud farms of the Upper Hunter Valley and the Oatley family's long association with thoroughbred horse racing. The adjacent rose represents the beautiful rose gardens that lead up to the cellar door at the Rosemount Estate Denman Vineyard. The bunch of grapes below signifies the long, and successful history of viticulture at Rosemount Estate.

Rosemount Estate's essential philosophy to winemaking is an incredible drive to draw the very best from the materials at their disposal - not only the fruit, but also the oak and the winemaking equipment.

"I believe that the Australian legacy to the world of wine is a focus on varietal flavour. At Rosemount Estate, I have taken this further to make wines that are renowned for their full flavour, yet easy-drinking nature. This is the hard option, so it's no surprise that it's also the most rewarding." - Ex-Rosemount Estate Winemaker, Andrew Koerner

As the grapes approach maturity, the winemaker works closely with vineyard managers across the estate, travelling the country to assess sugar levels and flavour levels in order to define the point of optimum ripeness. When the winemaking team believe the grapes are ready, the vintage can begin. On arrival at the winery, each load of grapes is appraised to ensure that quality standards are at their peak. The winemaker will then decide upon appropriate crushing, pressing and fermenting techniques to harness and optimise the potential of every batch.

State of the art winemaking equipment is available to the Rosemount Estate team, guaranteeing their ability to nurture each batch of wine to retain clear varietal and regional character. From rotary fermenters to computer monitored temperature control, Rosemount Estate Winemakers have the very best facilities at their disposal.

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"Since inception I have always described Rosemount as 'The Prestige Wine of Australia'. I wanted everyone who worked for the company to feel they were involved in the best and only the best." - Bob Oatley, Founder

Winemaking technology does not, however, preclude traditional techniques such as natural yeast fermentation, barrel maturation and 'battonage' lees stirring, where appropriate. At the McLaren Vale winery in South Australia, for example, 100-year-old open vats are used to gain long-chain tannin extraction from fermenting must in the production of ultra-premium red wines.

As the young wines mature in barrel, they are regularly racked and topped. The Chief Winemaker has the final say on each of the finished blends, which are then carefully clarified prior to bottling. With so much at stake, it is little surprise that Rosemount Estate's quality standards extend to the very best in bottling line technology. This impressive facility is geared to ensuring that the wine flavours skilfully nurtured over long months by the winemakers are captured in each bottle for wine drinkers the world over to enjoy with every glass.

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