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Australian Rose Wine

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Explore our exquisite selection of Australian Rosé wines, perfect for any occasion. From vibrant and fruity to dry and sophisticated, our collection showcases the best from renowned Australian vineyards. Enjoy the refreshing taste of high-quality Rosé with every sip. Shop now to discover your new favorite wine, and experience the lush flavors that Australian Rosés have to offer. Ideal for sipping on sunny days or pairing with light meals.





  • Tread Softly Rose 2023

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    $12.50 $13.13
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  • Plus & Minus Rose 2022

    $10.99 $11.54
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  • Medhurst Estate Rose 2023

    $29.82
    or $28.33 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Turkey Flat Rose 2023

    $26.66
    or $25.33 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Spring Seed Wine Co 'Sweet Pea' Moscato

    $21.58
    or $20.50 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Giant Steps Yarra Valley Rose

    $33.36
    or $31.69 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Hay Shed Hill Pinot Noir Rosé 2023

    $20.83
    or $19.79 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • The Hero Preservative Free Rosé 2022

    $13.99 $14.69
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  • Langmeil Bella Rouge Rosé (Cabernet Sauvignon) 2022

    $21.67
    or $20.59 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Nocturne 'SR' Rosé 2022

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    $33.33
    or $31.66 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • La La Land Rose

    $16.32
    or $15.50 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Luke Lambert Crudo Rosé 2023

    $29.45
    or $27.98 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Port Phillip Estate ‘Salasso’ Rosé 2023

    $62.12
    or $59.01 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Cullen Wines Dancing in the Moonlight Rosé 2023

    $33.65
    or $31.97 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Pizzini Brachetto Moscato-Style Rose

    $24.16
    or $22.95 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Farm Hand Rose 2022

    $14.85
    or $14.11 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Pete's Pure Rose 2022

    $13.50
    or $12.83 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Howard Vineyard Rose (Cabernet Franc) 2023

    $25.82
    or $24.53 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Gemtree Luna De Fresa Tempranillo Rosé 2021

    $19.99
    or $18.99 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Dunes & Greene Split Pick Moscato NV

    $17.78
    or $16.89 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Pizzini ‘Rosetta’ Sangiovese Rose

    $24.16
    or $22.95 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Zonte's Footstep 'Scarlet Ladybird' Rosé 2020

    $23.50
    or $22.32 in case of 6 bottles.
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  • Paxton Rose

    $22.86
    or $21.72 in case of 12 bottles.
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  • Bondar Rose 2023

    $26.12
    or $24.81 in case of 12 bottles.
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Australian Rosé has quickly become a favorite among wine enthusiasts, known for its versatility and delightful array of styles. Typically made from classic red grape varieties such as Shiraz, Grenache, and Pinot Noir, these wines capture the essence of Australia's diverse climatic regions. Each Rosé reflects its unique terroir, offering Australian Rosé has quickly become a favorite among wine enthusiasts, known for its versatility and delightful array of styles. Typically made from classic red grape varieties such as Shiraz, Grenache, and Pinot Noir, these wines capture the essence of Australia's diverse climatic regions. Each Rosé reflects its unique terroir, offering everything from light and crisp to rich and full-bodied profiles. The winemaking process for Australian Rosé often involves limited contact with grape skins, resulting in the wine's signature pink hue. This method also helps to preserve the fresh, fruity characteristics of the grapes, making Australian Rosé particularly refreshing. Ideal for warm weather, these wines are perfect for outdoor gatherings, complementing a wide range of dishes from seafood to spicy Asian cuisine. With a commitment to quality and innovation, Australian winemakers continue to push the boundaries, producing Rosés that stand out on the global stage. read more... less

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Australian Rosé wine?

Australian Rosé wine is a style of wine that embodies the versatility and innovative spirit of Australia's winemakers. It is typically made from red grape varieties such as Grenache, Shiraz, and Pinot Noir, which are briefly left to macerate with their skins to impart a beautiful pink hue. This technique also allows the wine to retain some of the vibrant fruit flavors and aromas associated with red wines, while acquiring a lighter body and fresher palate typical of white wines. Australian Rosés range in style from dry to sweet and from pale blush to deep pink, influenced by the winemaking techniques and the specific varietals used. These wines are known for their crisp acidity, bright fruit flavors like strawberries, cherries, and raspberries, and a clean, refreshing finish. The diversity in styles makes Australian Rosé adaptable to many occasions and palates, appealing to a broad audience of wine drinkers. They reflect not only the modern Australian approach to winemaking but also the unique characteristics of the regions where the grapes are grown.

Which wine regions make the best Australian Rosé wine?

Several wine regions in Australia are renowned for producing exceptional Rosé wines, each imparting unique characteristics to their products based on climate, soil, and local winemaking styles. The Barossa Valley, known for its robust Shiraz, also produces Rosés with depth and intensity. These wines often have a richer color and structure, embodying flavors of dark berries and spice, reflective of the powerful style of reds for which the region is known. Margaret River, with its maritime climate, is another prime region for Rosé wines in Australia. The Rosés here are typically made from Merlot and Shiraz, offering elegance, vibrant acidity, and fresh fruity notes, making them particularly refreshing. Similarly, the Yarra Valley produces outstanding Rosé with its cooler climate influencing the delicate and aromatic profile of the wines, often using Pinot Noir, which lends itself to finely structured and elegantly textured Rosés. These regions, among others in Australia, utilize their geographical and climatic advantages to craft Rosés that are not only reflective of their environments but also stand out for their quality and distinctiveness on the global wine stage.

What are the most popular Australian Rosé wines?

Among the plethora of Australian Rosé wines, some have risen in popularity due to their quality, distinctive characteristics, and the reputation of their producers. Labels like Domaine Chandon and De Bortoli are well-regarded, with their Rosé wines offering both sophistication and accessibility. These popular Rosés often feature vibrant fruit flavors balanced by zesty acidity, making them favorites among both critics and casual consumers. Another notable mention is the Rosé from Turkey Flat Vineyards in the Barossa Valley, which consistently receives accolades for its structured and flavorful profile. This wine is a testament to the robust style of Barossa, offering depth that is often unmatched in other Rosés. Additionally, the Howard Park Rosé from Margaret River is celebrated for its delicate yet complex nature, embodying the pristine and refined qualities of its region. These wines represent the pinnacle of Australian Rosé, appreciated for their ability to deliver exceptional drinking experiences while capturing the essence of their Australian terroir.

What are the best value Australian Rosé wines?

For those seeking great value without compromising on quality, several Australian Rosés stand out. Brands like Jacobs Creek and Banrock Station offer affordable Rosé options that are consistent in quality and widely available. These wines provide an excellent introduction to the style, showcasing typical fruity and floral characteristics without a hefty price tag. Another exceptional value can be found in wines from the McLaren Vale region, where producers like d’Arenberg offer Rosé wines with distinctive character and complexity at a moderate price point. These wines often feature the rich, fruity flavors typical of McLaren Vale but are crafted to be enjoyed young and fresh.

What are the foods best paired with Australian Rosé wines?

Australian Rosé wines are incredibly food-friendly due to their versatile nature. Their balance of fruit flavors and acidity makes them perfect for pairing with a wide range of dishes. Lighter, dry Rosés are excellent with seafood, such as grilled shrimp or salmon, as the wine's crispness complements the freshness of the fish. They also pair well with salads dressed with vinaigrette, balancing the acidity of the dressing. For more robust Rosés, try them with barbecue or spicy cuisines, such as Thai or Indian food. The wine's fruitiness and refreshing qualities can cool the palate against spicy flavors, creating a harmonious dining experience. Additionally, Rosé is a perfect match for charcuterie boards and soft cheeses, where its crispness cuts through the richness of the meats and cheeses, enhancing the overall flavor profile. This adaptability makes Australian Rosé a fantastic choice for a variety of culinary settings, from casual picnics to more formal dining occasions.