OENOFOROS Product Details 0366 Oenoforos Delheim Pinotage Rose 2022
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DELHEIM PINOTAGE ROSE 2022
Country: South Africa, Coastal Region Wine, Western Cape, Stellenbosch
Grape Varieties: 90% Pinotage, 10% Muscat de Frontignan
Tasting Notes: Has a rich salmon colour with a vibrant pink hue. Notes of pomegranate, cranberry with nuances of candy floss and floral notes add to the complexity of this wine. Delicate flavours of red berry fruit linger on the palate and add to the freshness of the wine. There is no limit when it comes to food that will match this elegant rose. From kinds of pasta to chicken and shellfish. Being a vegan-friendly wine, vegans can enjoy a roast vegetable- or summer salad. Enjoy with good company, perfect for any occasion.

Food Pairing: Eisbein / Snoek pate / Caprese salad / Mild curries and Thai dishes

Delheim is owned by the Sperling family. The late Michael Hans “Spatz” Sperling, was the Patriarch and also a South African wine industry legend. His wife Vera still resides on the farm. Eldest son Victor Sperling and eldest daughter Nora Sperling-Thiel serve as Directors of the company and live on the farm with their families. The other two children, Maria and Nicholas, live in Europe. The Simonsberg is named after the first Governor of the Cape, Simon van der Stel, after which Stellenbosch is also named. In 1699, he granted the freehold of this piece of land to Lourenz Kamfer, a German. It was originally named De Driesprong. The farm had various owners until Mr Hans Otto Hoheisen bought it in 1938 as a retirement home for himself and his wife Deli. DELHEIM comes from the German for “Deli’s home”. 

Case Bottles: 6
Product Id: 0366

BOTTLE

€11,50

CASE PRICE

€69,00
Available Stock: 141 items
For orders €100,00 and above we deliver free to your place
For orders below €100,00 delivery charge €10,00 within city limits
The Grape
Pinotage
Created by Professor Perold in 1925 by crossing Cinsault and Pinot Noir, Pinotage is South Africa`s trademark black grape. It took a long time for quality orientated producers to latch on to the grape`s potential - in the 1970s it was still being grubbed up in favor of more fashionable grapes. However it is now much in demand, partly due to South Africa`s export boom of the mid 1990s, and because of the Pinotage Producers Association which as well as vigorously promoting the grape, conducted vital research into clones, vine disease and vinification methods.
There is light, soft, easy drinking Pinotage that can be excessively jammy and is made for drinking young.