Rosily Vineyards Margaret River Cellar Release Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2012

Appearance: Pale yellow green.

Nose: Hay, spice and nutty notes combine with some savoury aged hints and extra cellared release layers of complexity.

Palate: Rich, textural with dried herb, tangerine, juicy apricots and honey roasted cashew characters. A vibrant palate that defies its age. Enjoy with Western Australian fresh seafood.


Rosily Vineyard is situated on Yelverton Road in the Willyabrup sub region of Margaret River. The total vineyard size is 12.27 hectares. The Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc and Blocks represent 32% of total plantings. Only fruit from this vineyard is used in the production of our wines. The wines are all made at the winery constructed on the property in the year 2000.


65% Semillon and 35% Sauvignon Blanc. 768 bottles have been carefully stored in our cellar over the last 5 years. Layers of depth and complexity are revealed due to our focused attention in the vineyard and winery and extended time in the bottle.


Average Production (over 13 years) – 1271 cases 2012 Total Production – 520 cases Cellar Release program – 768 Bottles

Technical Data

  • Region : Margaret River wineries,

  • State : Western Australia,

  • ALCOHOL : 13%,

Buy it Now

Ray Jordan

Wine Guide 2017

A blend of most of the red Bordeaux varieties. Strikingly complex aromas of spices and dark berry with a cedary oak influence. The palate is soft and generous with an earthy dusty feature. Black olive and leafy nuances bring another level of complexity to a well-crafted wine. CELLAR 7 years

Ken Gargett

A 65/35 blend which has seen considerable time in the cellar. This is their first aged release and a nice start to what will hopefully be an on-going series. 40% barrel ferment and two months in new French oak. This is a much more moderated and complex style than the young wines. Some herbal notes, florals. Mid-length. A drink-now style that has aged well. Given it is only five bucks more than the current release, the smart money goes here. Score: 89/100 Best drinking: now. Alc: 13%

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