The weather conditions during the 2020 vintage were very optimal for the vines. In the cellar, the wines
have shown well-developed primary characteristics from the grapes themselves. The recorded wind
during the flowering and berry-set stages were the major foundation for smaller berries, offering an intensive
extraction from the grape skins that
provided deeper and more structured wines.
On the nose, one picks up scents of fresh roses, young peach, and soft plum characteristics, with a floral
perfume-like undertone. On the palate there is a hint of subtle fresh red fruits, providing an elegant
mouthfeel and lingering fruity but somewhat zesty after taste.
This rosé is a careful blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot which was aged in French oak barrels for
three months on 30% primary lees, contributing to a neat creaminess on the palate. The goal was to produce
rosé wine that has good structure and sensation, which is a current trend followed by many other South African
rosé-producing wineries. This rosé has a wide aroma spectrum on the palate and nose with refreshing but not
Nose intensity: Medium-plus