An easy sweet wine to share with friends or use in recipes.
Not a particularly complex wine, but it has more depth and is more enjoyable than a white zinfandel. It's easy drinking and a good, inexpensive summer drop.
Three and a half glasses
love it overall! for the first glass, i was a little worried about its initial sweetness, but it fades into a subtle aftertaste and finish very nicely. after a couple glasses, it was almost too sweet. but, over all- it was a refreshing change from the norm! and of course is a great wine for beginners.
This is my second favorite wine!! Mostly because it is a bit harder to find then the white Lexia. But the flavors are just as great as the white. Thank you Australia for this delicious specimen, you've outdone yourselves.
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An elegant, light-bodied rose wine boasting vibrant, moderately sweet flavors balanced by a fresh, crisp finish.
An elegant, light-bodied rose wine boasting vibrant, moderately sweet flavours balanced by a fresh, crisp finish.
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