3 wines to try, buy and put by
A stunning sparkling rosé, another rosé for red wine lovers and an excellent Gigondas.
Tasmania looks, feels and has a climate and landscape very similar to that of northern Burgundy and its neighbour immediately to the north, Champagne.
So it is unsurprising that over the last 20 years Champagne makers, including Roederer, have bought land here. High-end chardonnay and pinot noir is also on the rise in Tasmania. It all comes together in this simply stunning sparkling rosé, which is right up there with the best of Champagne, but...
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