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2019 Alice L'Estrange x Notwasted 'Picnic' Rosato

Itata Valley, Chile

Just in time for her first Chilean wine release ever that have stellar reviews, here is one we prepared earlier with Alice L'Estrange. PICNIC is good times in your glass. A cheeky but ridiculously moreish blend of Cinsault, Pais, Corinto and Moscatel de Alejandría. Looks like a red but colours won’t do the tongue justice. Crispy acid, tart forest berries and green apple freshness on the back palate too. A light weight feel in the mouth that’s all part of this smashable, super Chilean aromatic experience. Get involved. 🍒🍒
Vendor
Strange Grapes
Regular price
$35
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$35
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  • VINEYARD HEALTH
    Organic
  • YEAST
    Wild
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About the maker

You may remember her from the George wine label here in Australia, but Alice L'Estrange, maker, importer and distributor of traditional Chilean wines has a brand new Chilean set of wines to show the world.

Strange Grapes represents small producers who focus on healthy farming and natural winemaking. All wines come from dry-grown vineyards of traditional Chilean cultivars. Alice's portfolio represents an ancient and often overlooked, small corner of the viticultural world. We showcase producers making uniquely Chilean, pre-industrial wines, people who project centuries-old practices into the future, reviving a unique and historic culture that is truly Old World. We believe it is as important to champion organic farmers as it is to provide a welcoming market for producers inheriting degraded vineyards and who are leaving glyphosate and chemical fertilisers in the past. We champion full transparency, as such we work with a tiny amount of producers and support them in their journey beyond box-ticking organics towards true soil regeneration.
See the Strange Grapes collection here