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Bethany First Village Barossa Valley Rose 2022

Bethany First Village Barossa Valley Rose 2022


Don't Pay $28.00 EACH
$ 24.99 /bottle by the straight dozen
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Single bottle price $25.99
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Why to buy:
  • 98 Point Rated Winestate Magazine 

  • 93 Point Rated Sam Kim Wine Orbit

  • 92 Point Rated Ken Gargett Wine Pilot 

  • 92 Point Rated Mike Bennie WMB

  • 5 Red Star Rated Winery James Halliday

Vintage: 2022

Barossa Valley, South Australia

Grape Variety: Rose
Cellaring: Drink now
Bottle Top: Stelvin
Alcohol Content: 13.00
Standard Drinks: 7.70
Rating: 98
Tasting Notes:

A palate with texture and savoury direction that is filled with a blance of strawberries, raspberry coulis, red apples and a hint of fairy floss on the exit. Texture comes from the lees stirring and gives body without sweetness, finish is long, finely shaped and filled with red apple skins and the tiniest hint of strawberry shortcake.


The 2022 vintage overall was a very balanced and excellent vintage. Adequate rainfall in 2021 was followed a heavy hailstorm which did create some damage in the Shiraz vineyards. However, the main summer ripening season was blessed by moderate temperatures with no very hot (>35C) days and cool nights. This lead to a long and gentle ripening period allowing all fruit to achieve full flavour maturity along with sugar ripeness. The outcome was a long harvest period without any undue pressure from the weather and both white and red grapes showing great flavour intensity, excellent retention of acid and in the case of the red grapes, exceptional colour density.

All grapes were direct pressed with minimal skin contact and co-fermented in stainless steel. The wine was lees stirred twice a week for two months before being racked. The Riesling portion was wild fermented on skins before being pressed to seasoned oak to complete its ferment. Once dry it was blended to the final wine to add textural and aromatic complexity.  A delicious blend of 59% Grenache, 23% Mataro, 15% Cinsault and 3% Riesling.

Accolades & Awards:

98 Point Rated -  Winestate Magazine 2023
"Attractive bright floral fragrances with savoury nuances. Nicely focused strawberry and cream flavours on a textured palate with a mineral edge and perfect acid balance."

93 Point Rated - Sam Kim Wine Orbit
"Charming and immediately appealing with nectarine, lemon zest and a hint of strawberry aromas, it's succulent on the palate offering fleshy texture and refreshing acidity, offering fabulous drinking. At its best: now to 2024. $28.00."

92 Point Rated - Ken Gargett Wine Pilot
"This exciting Barossa Rosé is an intriguing blend of Grenache (59%), Mataro (23%), Cinsault (15%) and Riesling (3%). The grapes were pressed and co-fermented in stainless steel, with minimal skin contact. Lees stirring took place twice a week for two months, before racking. The small portion of Riesling was wild fermented on skins before pressing to older oak to finalise fermentation. Once dry, it was blended to the final wine, with the intention of adding textural and aromatic complexity. The colour is reminiscent of a lovely orange/pink sunset. Generous aromatics and perfumes flood from the glass. Gentle red fruits, hints of wild strawberries, florals and even a touch of stonefruit. Clean, fresh and linear, it also shows bright acidity and excellent length. Delicious and refreshing now, this wine would sit well in the cellar for four to six years, although, personally, I’d opt for the exuberance of youth."

92 Point Rated - Mike Bennie Wine Business Monthly Magazine
"A cherry, flity, rosy coloured rose of attractive drinking and a bit more meat on the bones. You wouldn't call it straight up dry - it has a cranberry fruit drink prettiness, though theres some nice pleasing bitter elements counterbalancing the fruitiness on hand, with rose hip tea characters in tow. A rose with more depth and character, and appealing for that."

Award Winner
Barossa Valley Wine Show 2022

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