On Rosé

From the very inception of the Castagna Allegro in 1998, my driving force has always been to make a wine that is, in its own right, memorable. Rosé was at that time the neglected wine style but should have been, at the very least, the centre piece of Australian drinking during our summer months. Most of what was made, was made was made as an after-thought, a solution to a problem for red wine producers facing over-cropped fruit. And although it is gratifying to see the growing interest in Rosé Continue reading