Charlotte Dalton Isolated 2021
Producer: Charlotte Dalton
Region: Adelaide Hills
This wine was part of Eater Wine Club’s June 2022 box, curated by sommelier Paula de Pano. Learn more about our June wines and join Eater Wine Club today! Join Eater Wine Club today!
Tasting notes on the wine:
"The grapes for Isolated come from Langhorne Creek, southeast of Adelaide, made from tempranillo and Montepulciano grapes. Apparently, this is what one gets when you blend a Spanish and Italian grape and make a rosé! I tasted this (chilled) with a couple of friends, and we all kept on going back to this juice. Not only does it uncannily taste like liquefied cherry lollipops, add in a dose of wild strawberry sherbet and candied blood orange zest to the mix and it is truly summer in a bottle. This wine screams two things: fun and swimsuits. I dearly wish we were next to a pool that day." — Paula de Pano
About the winemaker:
"New Zealander Charlotte Hardy (Dalton is her middle name) launched her wines in 2005 to bring joy with the wines she makes. Indeed, even on the outset, her wine labels are unbound in their creativity." — Paula de Pano