Pour yourself a glass
Seven degrees is the optimum temperature that quality new zealand rose should be served. Aromas of raspberry and strawberry fly strongly.
Too cold and the delicate red fruit flavours aren't appreciated. Too warm and the subtlety of the long, refreshing finish is lost. A filled drop that provides texture and length.
Serve with a cheese platter featuring creamy cheeses such as brie or camembert, as well as harder cheeses such as aged cheddar or gouda