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Hunter's Miru Miru Rosé

Hunter's Wines

Plush pink in colour with hints of strawberry and raspberry aromas. The palate is full and complex with a brilliant long finish.

 

A Methode Traditionnelle Type of Wine

Ever wonder why you feel a bit tipsy after even a small glass of sparkling wine? There’s actually some genuine science behind it... the CO2 gas in sparkling wine creates pressure in your stomach, expelling alcohol into the blood more quickly. That very light-headed buzz we get is part of the thrill of ‘bubbly’, but as with all wines, they’re best enjoyed in moderation.

Hunter's Miru Miru Rosé | Best New Zealand Sparkling

30,79 €Price
  • REGION / COUNTRY | Marlborough, NZ
    VARIETAL | Pinot Noir Chardonnay Pinot Meunier
    VOLUME | 750ml

    VINEYARD | Hunter's Wines
    ABV | 12.5%

    TYPE | Non-vintage Rosé

    FOOD MATCH | A nice, rich salmon (herb-crusted salmon) or a creamy cheese

     

    The MiruMiru™ Rosé has been a long time in the making, especially for Jane Hunter, owner of Hunter’s Wines, who has dreamed of releasing a methode traditionelle rosé for some time.

     

    Jane commented, “I’ve been wanting to make a sparkling rosé for many years before this came to fruition. I’ve always loved pink bubbles, so it was only natural that we added a Rosé to our line-up of a non-vintage and our Reserve Vintage methode traditionelle wines. To see the results of our hard work and planning extend to this trophy is very exciting. It’s quite flattering in fact for it to be named New Zealand’s Best Sparkling Wine two years in a row. We’re very proud.”