About The Wine
Tragic events in NSW through 2020 harvest saw bushfire wipe out much of Hamish Young's fruit supply.
Hamish's good friend Barney Flanders (Garagiste) gave him a call to say he had some Tempranillo available if he was in a pinch. Hamish jumped at the chance to turn it into his highly popular pink wine.
It is made in a layered, yet delicious style. Some barrel ageing, a little time spent on lees, the fruit really sings from the glass, but there's some complexity here too.
It's dry, pale and wildly aromatic, the famous Tempranillo spice doing plenty here to lend a little something extra through the finish. A great result from a difficult year.
It's pale, it's dainty, it's a thirst-crushing style of Rose.
About Mada Wines
Mada wines sees ex-Eden Road operational winemaker Hamish Young venture out on his own for the first time.
Sourcing fruit from some great sites across the Canberra and Hilltops regions, his first releases were a smash hit and his star continues to rise.
His wines show a fresher and more modern side of NSW wine, all about vibrant fruit and ease of drinking. He looks for texture in his aromatic whites, freshness in his delightful red wines, each release sees him refine his own 'house style' a little more.
This is a Canberra producer to watch for the future - one of the new crop shaking up the regional scene.
As Mike Bennie once said, "Mada Wines should be put on your list of wines to watch, or indeed to buy a bit of....then probably a lot of."