Patrick Sullivan Pink Pound Rosé 2017
Patrick Sullivan Pink Pound Rosé has a playful textural Rosé built for summertime. Pale pink and delightfully dry with notes of tangerine and red berries. This unfiltered wine has a significant amount of sediment due to its natural production processes. This does not affect the taste at all and adds to its cloudy gorgeousness.
Pool parties, BBQs, sunshine and the sweltering heat at Sentosa. This is the perfect drink to help you cope with Singapore’s never ending heat. This is exactly what’s on Pat Sullivan’s mind when he built this Rosé – Australian Summer.
It’s made from Pinot Noir from his sister’s neighbour’s vineyard between the Yarra and Macedon and boy does this cruise its way into the “it’s 35°C today, someone get me out of Singapore” part of the fridge.
Besides the beautiful hue and deliciously refreshing rosé, another thing I love about this bottle is this eccentric and gorgeous piece of art that deserves a shoutout here. This bottle was created with a friend in mind. He made this friend in London when he was 18 and they would spend their nights drinking and sharing extreme stories. When he was back in London again in 2016, he ran into this friend again, who asked “darling, when are you going to make me a wine?”. And that it is the Pink Pound – a term being a reference to the economic power of the gay community.
Love this beautiful pale pink, check out Logan Clementine Pinot Gris for another surprise.
AWARDS & ACCOLADES
– 93 Points