Paddington Lane Wine Co is a new Australian rosé brand from drinks innovator Fourth Wave Wine and aims to highlight the diversity of Australian rosé styles to local consumers.

The Paddington Lane Wine Co range features three distinct wines inspired by popular European styles, with each made with grapes sourced from popular South Australian wine regions. The three wines are:

  • No 1 Dry Rosé from the Fleurieu Peninsula, this wine is made in the Provence style, it is light in colour, with pink highlights, and lifted raspberry and spiced cherry aromas.
  • No 2 Savoury Rosé from the Riverlands, an Italian-style rosé with a soft tannin structure and savoury and balanced finish.
  • No 3 Soft Rosé which features grapes from the Limestone Coast, made with Cabernet Franc and Merlot this pale pink rosé offers a gentle, rounded palate with a touch of sweetness.

The wines have been crafted by accomplished winemaker Corey Ryan and Fourth Wave Wine said its aim for the brand is to define warm climate rosé wine styles for Australian consumers.

“We are thrilled to bring the Australian market a first for the category; a specialist Rosé brand. Each style in the range is metculously crated with an intended consumer in mind,” said Ross Marshall, Managing Director of Fourth Wave Wine.

“With grapes sourced from prominent wine regions and carefully selected in order to craft what we hope are the perfect styles that each variety can be, Paddington Lane Wine Co. brings to life Australia’s capability of producing world-class rosé styles and enabling consumers to choose more easily.

“The result is an expressive, enjoyable range and a rosé style to match every palate,” Marshall said.

The brand name, Paddington Lane Wine Co., pays tribute to the lively streets of the trendy inner Sydney suburb of Paddington and each wine comes in an eye-catching embossed glass bottle.

The full range of Paddington Lane Wine Co wines is available now for independent retailers and carries a $22.99 RRP.

Andy Young

Andy joined Intermedia as Editor of The Shout in 2015, writing news on a daily basis and also writing features for National Liquor News. Now Managing Editor of both The Shout and Bars and Clubs.

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