Current Vintage: 2021
Vintage may vary during the year. If you are looking for a specific vintage, please get in touch.
Having made the jump from Project release to bona-fide Estate wine, Voyager's rosé is produced from a blend of Tempranillo, Shiraz and Grenache, all planted in the Cordis blocks on gravelly soil. The fruit was gently pressed and the free run component extracted with minimal colour. A smidge of Viognier was co-fermented to add textural complexity and lifted aromatics. The wine was left on lees for two months prior to bottling in August 2020. It's vibrant and textural, with a beguiling touch of summer berry sweetness and a juicy, crisp finish. Brownie points for tasting more expensive than it is.
Despite viticulture being barely 50 years old (with the first vines being planted in the 1960's), the Margaret River wine region has firmly established itself as a global rising star. The climate of the region is so befitting to winemaking (and similar to the French region) that it is commonly called Australia's answer to Bordeaux.
The vignerons of Australia's west coast have quickly harnessed this ancient terroir, which is suited perfectly to viticulture, and now produce 25% of Australia's premium wine. Amongst other varietals, the elegant Cabernets, Chardonnays and Sauvignon Blanc of the Margaret River won't disappoint even the most discerning of tastebuds.