|Wine Type||Rose Wine|
|Wine Style||Light bodied|
|Maturation||4-6 weeks in tank on the primary lees|
|Annual Production||Over 100000|
|Ageing Potential||Drink young|
|Food Matching||Vegan Dishes, Goats Cheese, Light Dishes & Salads|
False Bay Cinsault Mourvedre Rose 2020
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- False Bay Cinsault Mourvèdre Rosé, dry, fresh, summer fruits, spicy mint, clean finish. False Bay Cinsault Mourvèdre Rosé is a lovely wine for this price, a must try for an everyday easy drinking white wine. Far from being in your face or overtly sweet, this little wine is really surprisingly elegant and moreish. The wine is well balanced with tastes of summer exploding on the palate, fresh berries with great citrus to balance everything out. Excellent freshness and a good length round out this wine of really exceptional value. Would suit a variety of fish dishes, salads, light tomato pasta dishes and spring vegetables or just on its own as an aperitif.
WATERKLOOF estate was founded in 2004, ending Paul Boutinot’s persistent and uncompromising 10 year search for a vineyard site with the potential to produce truly fine wine with a defining sense of origin.
Located on the south-facing slopes of Schapenberg Hill near Somerset West in the Stellenbosch district of the Western Cape’s Coastal Region, Waterkloof shares its magnificent Atlantic views with free-roaming peacocks and other natural fauna and flora attracted to this haven. Certified by Demeter in 2015, their vineyards are of only a few in the Cape to boast official biodynamic approval and status. The estate has 56 hectares under vine and Tim Atkin’s Cape Classification currently ranks Waterkloof as 5th Growth level. With production around 165,000 bottles per year, Waterkloof make “honest wines” from their unique biodynamic coastal site. Respect for nature, traditional wine making practices and minimal intervention are all key to their success.
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