Sherries have been made continuously at Rosewood over the past 80 years with new blends always containing a percentage of earlier blends. Palomino is the base wine used and to maintain the freshness of the flor character only small quantities are bottled at a time.
This small, family-owner winery was established in north-eastern Victoria by the first William Chambers in 1858. In 2001, after a highly distinguished career, Bill Chambers OAM handed over the winemaking function to his sone Stephen, making him the sixth generation of the family to make wine at Rosewood. Today, the distinctive rose logo on the Chambers label is recognised as the benchmark of unique, fortified wines that continue to attract attention throughout the world. In spite of the typically laconic style of the Chambers operation, Robert Parker Jnr rated Chambers Rare Muscat and Rare Muscadelle with a Perfect Score in his 2005 Wine Advocate.