Kim Crawford Rosé | Hawkes Bay, New Zealand Wines

You must be of legal drinking age in your country to enter this site.
Please enter your date of birth below and press "Enter".

Are you years or older?


Verify age via Facebook

We support the Century Council's fight against underage drinking and drunk driving. To learn more, visit their website

We will not share your information or post to your Facebook wall without your permission.

Please enjoy our wines responsibly. ©2020 Constellation Imports, Rutherford, CA USA

Our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions have changed. By using this website, you agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions of use.

Our Wines Our Wines Lifestyle Lifestyle Vineyards Vineyards Where To Buy Where To Buy

Kim Crawford



Pretty pale pink color.


A lively nose, brimming with bright berry and tropical fruit.


Soft and luscious, this refreshing Rosé is richly fruited with hints of watermelon and strawberry.

Food Pairings:

Ideal as an apéritif or summer sipper, this easy-drinking wine also pairs perfectly with lighter salads and other fare.

Kim Crawford

Entertaining Tips

View All

our winemaker

Anthony Walkenhorst

Learn More

Kim Crawford Rosé


Fruit for our Rosé comes from selected vineyards in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand. The Merlot grapes were harvested and destemmed. The juice then soaked on skins for three hours to extract a pretty pink color before being pressed. The clarified juice was cool fermented with selected yeast strains to retain the primary varietal characters. The final blend was then stabilized, filtered, and bottled.

Winemaking Philosophy

wine region

Hawke’s Bay

Hawke’s Bay is in the North Island of New Zealand and is the country’s oldest wine region, dating back to 1851. Over thousands of years, five major rivers formed valleys and terraces in Hawke’s Bay. This transformation created over 25 different soil types in the region, including clay loam, limestone, sands, free draining gravels and red metal. Warm, north-facing hillsides, river valleys and terraces, and coastal areas provide a range of low vigor vineyard sites suitable for a diversity of varieties.

Wine Regions
Hawke’s BayHawke’s BayHawke’s Bay