Origin: Adelaide Hills
Region: South Australia
Style: Medium-bodied rosé aged in stainless steel
The Commune rosé came from the difficulties of 2020 outside of the vineyard. This Nebbiolo was picked in the first week of April and crushed as whole bunches underfoot and left on-skins for two days. The wine was fermented in threes puncheons and aged on full lees for eleven months. A bright intense wine with an explosion of red fruits of cherries, cranberries, and raspberry. Its strength is in its varietal complexity of acidity and tannin.
Jasper and Sophie Button are a brother and sister team, making wine from their family vineyard in the Basket Range sub-region of the Adelaide Hills. Jasper grew up in the Basket Range region in the Adelaide Hills and helped to plant twelve acres of vines on the family farm when he was just 10 years of age. The grapes were originally farmed to sell to wineries, but after struggling in later years to find the right wineries to buy them, the Buttons decided to start marking wine under their own label. All the wines are made with minimal intervention and a lot of love, inspired by the surrounding community of frivolous and passionate winemakers.