Sandalford Launches New 1840 Range Rose
One of Western Australia’s oldest family-owned wine producers, Sandalford Wines, has introduced a brand-new Rosé as part of its 1840 Range.
Sandalford’s 1840 Range pays homage to an older, gentler time - and the actual origins of the Swan Valley. It showcases the magnificent vines at the Caversham Estate and is so named for the year Sandalford’s founder, John Septimus Roe, established the multi-awarded winery.
The provincial style wine was five years in the making, after grenache grapes were planted in the Caversham vineyard in 2016 in response to the increasing popularity of a drier, paler style Rosé.
Sandalford’s Senior Winemaker, Ross Pamment, describes the wine as dry, textural and flavoursome on the palate, well balanced, and carried by soft acidity leading to a long and sustained finish. "Priced at $25, this latest edition to the Sandalford exquisite wine range, is a delightful treat for Rosé drinkers."
"The small batch wine will be available to purchase from the end of July but act fast because there are less than 4,000 bottles available,” said Sandalford CEO Grant Brinklow. “This magnificent wine will be available to purchase on our website, but I personally believe the best place to experience our wines is at our multi-award winning Swan Valley Estate.”
Sandalford Wines will celebrate the launch of the new Rosé with a Rosé Long Table Luncheon on Saturday, 4 September 2021.
During the event, guests will enjoy a two-course lunch with unlimited Sandalford 1840 Range Rosé and Sandalford Margaret River Range Rosé for the duration of four hours. Tickets are priced at $90 and further information can be viewed here.
Read more about John Septimus Roe, Sandalford's founder, here.
08 July 2021