Introducing the Rosnay Organic Wines Tasting Kit.

WYFLO Wine Box

This 3x 750ml tasting bottle set you’ll experience: Rosnay Organic Wines, is based in Canowindra, a small town between Cowra and Orange in the NSW Central Ranges.

It was the first organic and biodynamic vineyard of the Cowra Wine Region, planted by the Statham family as part a unique certified organic rural farming subdivision, now known as Rivers Road Organic Farms.

Rosnay Organic Tasting Box v2

From $58.50

Pick 3 varieties you like to design your tasting box. You’ll get 1x 750ml tasting bottle of each variety.

NoteIf you want to order a different combination of varieties. Just add the first 3 varieties to your cart & come back to choose another 3.

Vintages may vary from time to time when delivered.*

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Box & bottles shown for illustration purposes only. Actual product may vary from winery to winery.
Buy the wines you like after tasting.

What's In The Box?

  • 3 x 750ml tasting bottles  
  • Customised tasting notes from the winemaker & sommelier

Rosnay Organic Tasting Box v2

From $58.50

Pick 3 varieties you like to design your tasting box. You’ll get 1x 750ml tasting bottle of each variety.

NoteIf you want to order a different combination of varieties. Just add the first 3 varieties to your cart & come back to choose another 3.

Vintages may vary from time to time when delivered.*

$20.00
$19.50
$35.00
$19.50
$30.00
Category:
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Winemaker

Sam Statham
Winemaking for Sam began late – after 15 years growing organic grapes, olives and other crops with his parents. In 2012 he won a trip back to France from the NSW Department of Agriculture – the Inaugural NSW Organic Pioneers Award. It was in this second visit that he decided to stop just “hanging out” with winemakers, but to actually have a go.