September 30, 2020

Nikkal Rose – doing it for Breast Cancer

Nikkal Rose

Yarra based winemaker, Kate Goodman is the force behind Goodman wines and the Nikkal Wine range. She is also a winemaker for Penley Estate after chalking up time making wine in some of the other well known wineries in Australia. However, just in time for summer this year, Kate has released a wine that is very personal indeed. The limited edition Nikkal Rose 2020 ($25) to raise money for the Breast Cancer Network of Australia

Nikkal is a goddess of orchards.  Of fruits and plentiful harvests. The Nikkal range focuses on Chardonnay and Pinot Noir with this Rose makes a cosy trio. In this case, this 2020 rose has been made with Yarra Valley Merlot fruit. And it is an easy going style of wine. I am sure that the goddess would declare herself well satisfied with this tribute. 

Kate promises that 100% of the profits from the sale of the rose will be donated. Subsequently, the target has been set high at $60,000. So it is time to get set for summer. Place your order for a six pack.  

Find the Nikkal Rose at goodmanwines.com, that way you maximise your goodwill with good wine. 

Note: I have not tasted this wine

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