I love the concept of this wine; the term “hundred” originates from late Saxon and Norman England and refers to an administrative unit of government, meaning that 100+ households had to live in the area to qualify for its place on the map. Willunga 100 select their fruit from small parcels just as the district was divided up into ‘100s’, or small lots. Many of these lots still have old bush vines, 80+ years old, of which the fruit is used for this rose.
Pale pink in colour, with intense aromas of strawberries, cherries and subtle floral rose petal notes. The palate has a wonderful crisp acidity, balanced tannins and great length.