The Rosé Renaissance

June 23, 2022

International Rosé Day – Friday 24th June

Rosé is one of the biggest success stories in wine over the last decade, and for good reason – it’s lusciously vibrant and easy to drink.

This once underrated blush drop dates back to ancient Greece where is was considered civilised to dilute wine. During harvest, workers would crush red and white grapes together with their feet, holding onto suspended ropes for balance.

In the sixth century BC grape vines from Greece were brought to Marseille in southern France by the wandering Phocaeans. The wines they produced were, again, field blends of white and red grapes. Naturally light in colour, these pleasant pink wines soon were talked around the Mediterranean.

When the Romans arrived in Provence, they had already heard all about the ‘pink’ wines of Massalia; using their trade networks they made it the drink of choice throughout the Mediterranean. Even today, the south of France is still considered the epicentre of Rosé.

Australia is producing exceptional Rosé and our just released 2021 Hill Rosé is a standout! Sourced from the cool climate vineyards of the Adelaide region. A dry and fresh style exhibiting cherry and strawberry fruits with a long savoury finish.

If you haven’t had a Rosé in a decade or two it might be time to find out why there has been a Rosé renaissance!

SHOP 2021 Hill Rosé HERE


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  • As the climate changes, winemakers explore ancient practices to produce sustainable wine. Among these are the use of sheep, which have long histories in vineyards. Sheep have always played an important role in the maintenance of our Estate, having access to the vineyards until the vines start to flower again. ...

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    Scotchmans Hill outdoor Bistro in undergoing renovations, dining will be held exclusively within ‘The Residence’, the dining hall of Scotchmans’ French Provincial Home. A roaring open fire will be going to keep you warm 🔥🍷

    Full dine-in lunch service is available 11:30am – 4:00pm
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday.

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    Need a little winter warm up?

    ​Join us for our annual Winter Shiraz Winemakers Lunch at Scotchmans Hill 🍷

    ​Sunday, 3 July 2022 : 12:30 PM – 3:00 PM

    ​Wine and Dine with Scotchmans Hill Chief Winemaker Robin Brockett. Enjoy an intimate set three course lunch with views over the bay, curated by our head chef Andrea Brown and paired with a range of current and exclusively selected Cellar Reserve wines presented by Robin.

    ​$95pp including three course lunch and four glasses of paired Shiraz

    ​Bookings link in bio ☝️

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    🚨 Robin Brockett's Winter Wine Selection -  20% off ALL Selected Wines 🍷

    ​Red wine is synonymous with winter. Nothing quite beats a glass of red in front of a roaring open fire on a chilly winter evening.

    When deciding which red wine to drink this winter, think full bodied wines like Cabernet, Shiraz and Merlot, wines that are spicy, bold, layered and generous.

    Offer Ends Midnight Sunday 5 June AEST - Buy link in bio☝️

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    🚨 Barrel Hall Wine Sale ​is BACK TODAY - ​SUNDAY 29 May 11am - 3pm 

    Plenty of wine still available at unbeatable prices 💥 ​

    ​​Location: Scotchmans Hill - 190 Scotchmans Road, Drysdale

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    🚨 Barrel Hall Wine Sale 🚨

    ​Prices start at $85 per dozen 💥 ​

    ​Saturday 28 May 11am - 4pm
    ​Sunday 29 May 11am - 3pm

    ​Location: Scotchmans Hill - 190 Scotchmans Road, Drysdale

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    Friday night lineup 🍷✔️


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