2KW’s 15 Shades of Rosé returns in 2020. 2KW invites you to a real taste-off of rosés of various provenances with the freshest mediterranean food of the season on 22 February 2020.
As the name suggests, there will be 15 different producers of rosé wine, with some offering multiple cuvées. The rosés which will be poured on the day are listed below:
🍇Howard Vineyard Cabernet Franc Rosé
🍇Bird in Hand Sparkling Pinot Noir
🍇Bird in Hand Pinot Nero Rosé
🍇Torbreck Woodcutters Rosé
🍇La Prova Rosé
🍇Mazi ‘Limited Release’ Rosé
🍇Longview Nebbiolo Rosato
🍇Deviation Road ‘Altair’ Sparkling Rosé
🍇Honeymoon Sparkling Rosé
🍇Honeymoon ‘Fancy Rosé’
🍇Big Easy Radio
🍇Murdoch Hill Estate Rosé
🍇Cullen ‘Dancing In The Moonlight’ Rosé
🍇Terre à Terre Rosé
This year, after all that has happened in the Adelaide Hills, 2KW felt that a strong Adelaide Hills focus was necessary, which is why you will see delicious examples of local rosé available for guests to sample all day.
As well as these, you will also find contrasting styles from different Australian regions and grape varieties. Western Australia has been a focus of 2KW head sommelier Dan McEvoy for a while, which is why you will find a couple to try on the day too!
Of course you can’t leave Provence out of the party, so Triennes, one of McEvoy’s absolute favourite rosés, is also making an appearance.
15 Shades of Rosé also includes some sparkling rosé this year, so with Deviation Road and Honeymoon Vineyard on board, guests on the day will be able to experience two of Australia’s best examples of this style, according to McEvoy.
But do you want to party or do you want to be educated? You can do both at 2KW’s annual Rosé festival.
Beats commence at 1pm as 2KW showcases 15 different styles of rosé from around the globe all complimented to Chef Trents Mediterranean fiesta.
WHEN: Saturday 22nd Feb 1pm-3.30pm
COST: Tickets cost $99 and are available here
DRESS CODE: Pink & White
Whats your favourite Rosé?