Whitecliff Adds A Rosé To Its Portfolio

The New Zealand wine is made mostly with Merlot grapes sourced from Hawke's Bay.

New Zealand’s Whitecliff Wines, handled in the U.S. by Palmateer Wine Group, has introduced a rosé to its lineup. Sourced from estate vineyards in Hawke’s Bay, the new Whitecliff rosé ($14 a 750-ml.) is made primarily from Merlot. The wine joins Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir in the Whitecliff lineup and is available in select markets. For more information, visit Whitecliffwine.com.