First established by William Chambers in 1858, the Chambers family has been making wine at Rosewood for over six generations. While the legendary Bill Chambers is often to be found at the cellar door over the weekends, it is his son Stephen, who heads up the winemaking team after taking up the operation in 2001. He has already established an enviable reputation for himself by continuing the tradition of producing highly prized fortified wines such as the Muscat and Muscdadelle famed wine writer Robert Parker Jr described as "nothing less than national treasures" and "some of the world's most remarkable dessert wines" , often rewarding the rare wines with perfect scores of 100 points
.Rosewood's gnarled old low-yielding vines, many of which are more than 100 years old, yield fruit brimming with highly concentrated flavours for their world renowned wine styles.
The cellar door is genuinely rustic, and feels like the real deal. The staff are super friendly - feels almost like one (very) big family business. The table wines were all good, and the prices are so affordable - a rarity in today's wine marketplace. Bravo for not over-inflating your prices.
Opening Hours Mon to Sat 9-5, Sun 10-5