You know their white label (Estate range) and you know their black one (Reserve range) but how about silver and pink?
“You can only make a first impression once… At last a Rosé that tastes as good as it looks. And we think you’ll be impressed.”
PINK Pinot by Lawson’s Dry Hills breaks the mould – #pinkbyldh
Well-known Marlborough wine producer, Lawson’s Dry Hills has stepped out of the expected and into the unexpected with the launch of PINK Pinot. Created to capture the imagination of those who are flocking to ‘drink pink’, the Lawson’s team see this as a great opportunity to add something dynamic and exciting to the portfolio.
PINK’s label is based on the popular mandala design – the literal meaning of which is ‘circle’ which represents wholeness. A circle also denotes balance and perfection, important characters in great wine. The mandala also symbolises the universe, in a spiritual sense, and in meditation it is said ‘to help transform ordinary minds into enlightened ones’.
PINK is made from 100% Pinot Noir from the company’s Chaytors Road vineyard close to the coast in Marlborough’s Wairau Valley. The first grapes to be picked from the outstanding 2019 harvest, the juice was briefly left in contact with the skins before being pressed to stainless steel for a cool ferment with specially imported yeasts from southern France.
The result is a deliciously fresh, highly aromatic and succulent wine with summer berry fruit flavours, juicy mid-palate and a crisp, dry finish (yes, this wine really is dry!).
Winemaker, Marcus Wright says, “We have worked hard in vineyard and winery to craft a wine that is a much fun as the packaging – beautiful on the eye and delicious on the palate”.
Dressed in silver, which is said to restore balance, and pink for compassion and glamour, this exciting new wine should be enjoyed with great friends, delicious eats and inspiring conversation.
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