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Leveret Mimi Rose

Leveret Mimi Rose is Salmon pink in colour, with a persistent mousse and fine bead.

Leveret Mimi Rose is clean and vibrant aroma of strawberry, vanilla and apple blossom.

The palate of Leveret Mimi Rose is delicate with a good acid sugar balance, nice depth of flavour and a pleasant fruity persistence. A great alternative to Prosecco.

Established in 1978 by kiwifruit farmer Morton Brown, the original Morton vineyard in Katikati produced its first vintage in 1983.

With expansion since Morton Estate now has vineyards in Hawkes Bay on the east coast of the North Island, and Marlborough on the northern tip of the South Island.

New Zealand’s temperate, maritime climate and rich, free-draining volcanic soils have brought new intense flavours and styles to the world wine market.

With vineyards in prime locations such as Hawkes Bay and Marlborough, The Wine Portfolio combines the finest grapes with the best winemaking techniques, as well as passion from their dedicated winemakers.

They have taken the boutique winery approach to winemaking by controlling the entire process – from grafting their

The Wine Portfolio is home to eleven distinct brands including; Leveret Estate, Falconhead, Coniglio, Mimi, IQ, Nikau Point, Mill Road, Southern Dawn, Penny Lane, Southern Cross and Cathedral Cove.

Their team is committed to their craft, and new styles and flavours are always just around the corner own cuttings, developing our own vineyards and viticultural techniques, and investing in the best technology possible.

The Wine Portfolio vineyards are concentrated in Hawkes Bay on the east coast of the North Island, and Marlborough on the northern tip of the South Island.

Both of these regions are well recognised for their outstanding whites: Marlborough consistently producing the world’s most awarded Sauvignon Blanc, and Hawkes Bay, known for its Chardonnays both of which have consistently featured at the London International Wine Challenge for the last decade.

Pockets within both these regions are now producing equally outstanding reds, specially Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah. http://www.wineportfolio.co.nz/wineportfolio/about-us/vineyards/

In recent times, the wine growing potential of these regions has come under ever closer scrutiny from the world’s most influential wine producers, with the result that most suitable wine growing land is now under the influence of overseas companies.

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