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Drink These... By Mike Bennie

MR MICK BY TIM ADAMS ROSÉ 2016, $17

Rosé is pretty much the most versatile of all wine styles, and having some handy for our southern hemisphere summery Christmas fare is ideal. From South Australia's Clare Valley, this pale, cherry juice-meets-pomegranate drop is dry and savoury, but extremely refreshing too.

Sunday Herald Sun (Melbourne)
Sunday 18/12/2016

Tim Adams and Brett Schutz, winemakers at the Clare Valley's Mr Mick Wines, have released a 2016 Rose that Mr Mick himself (the late and legendary Mick Knappstein who had a great passion for Rose,) would be more than delighted with.

Because this one's been made in the style Mick Knappstein enthused over - fresh, easy-drinking and in his words "for everyone to enjoy." And particularly so with food, yet at the same time also being a great drop to enjoy on its own as an aperitif.

With subtle apple, r...

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MADE by Tim Adams and Brett Schultz from Clare Valley grapes of the classic Italian-origin sangiovese variety, this good-value rosé is pale copper in the glass, has fairy floss scents and brings ripe raspberry flavour to the front palate. Rhubarb, capers and apple peel characters chime in on the middle palate and the finish is sweet with a hint of minty acid. It is available on mrmick.com.au, in wine stores and at the 7 Dominic St, Clare, cellar door. The Mr Mick brand is a tribute to Mick Knapp...

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Master of Wine, Rob Geddes,  reveals the best white, red and rosé – that’ll cost you less than $20 a bottle. Rob Geddes is a Master of Wine, and is a respected in Australian wine industry. He has given his choice of bargain wines that consumers will enjoy . Mr. Mick Rosé 2016, Peter Lehmann Sauvignon Blanc 2016 are the top picks and Angove Family Winemakers produce many affordable wines too.

Rob Geddes, from Sydney, has been immersed in every aspect of the wine industry for more than 30 years as ...

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Named in honour of the late Clare Valley winemaker Mick Knappstein by his star protege Tim Adams.  The Mr Mick range hails from the winery where Knappstein made his name and Adams perfected his skills.  This full-flavoured, fruit-driven tempranillo-pinot gris blend perfectly complements spicy Asian dishes.

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