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2015 Berton Vineyard Foundstone Rose

75cl Volume

$13.60 (Approximate price)

Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: rosé wine
Vintage: 2015 Other vintages
2014 and 2013
Appellation:South Australia (South Australia, Australia)
Winery: Berton Vineyards
Volume: 75cl
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
The 2015 Berton Vineyard Foundstone Rose is a rosé wine made by Berton Vineyards from the region of South Australia based on 2015 grapes. Drinks&Co users evaluate this rosé wine with 4 out of 5 points.

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2015 Berton Vineyard Foundstone Rose

Producer: Berton Vineyards

Appellation: South Australia

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The Winery

Berton Vineyards

Bob and Cherie set about planting the first Berton Vineyard cuttings that spring - ten acres of Shiraz and seven acres of Chardonnay - without any permanent water - it wasn't until the following year, in 1998 when the dam filled that the vines got a decent drink!! It was due to these conditions and the seemingly hydrophobic podsolic soils that the vines struggled to become established. After a few years where the vines still looked like rootlings, a Swedish friend jokingly called it the bonsai vineyard - and the name stuck and later became the name of their premium Shiraz. High Eden has a high annual rainfall so the vines are looking good these days... but they still remember the early days every time they crack open a bottle of Bonsai! After the dam was established and water plentiful they went on to plant Cabernet sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc.

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Reviews of 2015 Berton Vineyard Foundstone Rose


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4 /5

Typical scents of strawberries. Acid, fresh, light.
Nothing special this wine.
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Reviews of other vintages of 2015 Berton Vineyard Foundstone Rose20142013


I bought it on purpose on a trip to South Australia.
It had a deep colour at first sight. Smells like strawberry bubble gum. Although I prefer less sweet wines, this one it was good.
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Adam Smith


Smells like a fresh young wine. Not the sweetest wine, but kind of.
You mustn't miss it.
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Mary Wilson