South African rosé wines

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Grenache Noir Viognier Rosé 2022
Creation Granache Noir Viognier Rosé 2022
Price €12,90

(15.87 €/l) including VAT.
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The Rose Garden 2022
boschendal-the-rose-garden-2022
Price €10,20

(12.67 €/l) including TAX.
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Whispering Angel Magnum
Whispering Angel Rosé Magnum
Price €48,50

(29.93 €/l) including TAX.
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Blanc de Noir 2022
Blanc de Noir 2022
Price €12,90

(15,87 €/ l) inkl. MwSt.
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Merlot Rose 2022
Durbanville Hills Range Merlot Rose 2022
Price €10,70

(1 €/ l) inkl. MwSt.
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'Gorgeous' Rosé 2022
Old Road Wine Co. Gorgeous Pinot Noir Chardonnay
Price €14,30

(18,53 €/ l) inkl. MwSt.
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Pinot Noir Rosé 2021
Glen Carlou Pinot Noir Rosé
Price €12,90

(12.21€/l) including VAT.
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Morgenster Vermentino 2021
Morgenster Vermentino
Price €14,90

(18,53 €/ l) inkl. MwSt.
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MCC Brut Rosé
Kleine-Zalze-MCC-Brut-Rose
Price €21,40

(26,4 €/ l) inkl. MwSt.
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Pierre Jourdan Belle Nectar Demi Sec
Pierre jourdan Belle Nectar Demi Sec
Price €19,10

(23,6€/ l) inkl. MwSt.
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Sparkling Rosé
Durbanville Hills Sparkling Rosé
Price €16,10

(19,87 €/ l) inkl. MwSt.
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Rosé Prickelnd
  • Alcohol Free
Edition Wasem Rosé MCC 2020
Price €15,10

(24,71 €/ l) inkl. MwSt.
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Sustainable Rosé 2023
Cederberg Sustainable Rosé 2022
Price €14,30

(14,53 €/ l)
inkl. MwSt. zzgl. Versandkosten

MCC Brut Rosé
  • John Platter 4 Sterne
Graham Beck MCC Rosé N/V
Price €19,10

(24,67 €/ l) inkl. MwSt.
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The First Lady Rosé 2023
Warwick The First Lady Rosé 2022
Price €10,20

(13.20 €/l)
incl. VAT plus shipping costs

MCC Brut Rosé
Franschhoek Cellar MCC Brut Rosé
Price €16,40

(21,20 €/ l) inkl. MwSt.
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Rosé 2022
Rosé 2022
Price €10,20

(13,2 €/ l) inkl. MwSt.
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Ella Pinotage Rosé 2022
Backsberg Family Wines Ella Pinotage Rosé
Price €10,60

(13,73 €/ l) inkl. MwSt.
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MCC Brut Rosé
Pongracz Brut Rosé N/V
Price €19,30

(23,87 €/ l) inkl. MwSt.
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P. Jourdan Belle Rosé MCC
  • Tim Atkin 90 Punkte
P. Jourdan Belle Rosé MCC
Price €19,30

(23,87 €/ l) inkl. MwSt.
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Rosé - What exactly is rosé?

Rosé is not made from a mixture of white wine and red wine, as is often mistakenly assumed. rosé wine is made from red wine grapes. Care is taken to ensure that the grape juice obtained only has contact (skin contact) with the grape skin for a few hours. The color and taste of the wine can be determined by the duration of skin contact.

There are different types like Rosé can be made:

Press method: Here you harvest ripe red wine grapes which are pressed immediately. Due to the very brief contact between the juice and the peel, the Rosé just a light pink color.
Bleeding Method: At this very common Rosé Production method, the harvested grapes are placed in a tank and left to rest for a period of 2 hours to 24 hours. Over time, the skins of the grapes will burst due to their own weight. The grape juice comes into contact with the skin of the skin and turns pink.
Mazerations-Methode: In the commonly used maceration method, the red wine grapes are left to rest in the grape juice for a while before they are separated. Subsequently, the grape juice further becomes a Rosé processed. The Rosé gains a more complex flavor than other methods.

Rosé - origin and history

The most popular Rosé Growing areas of the world are located in Italy, France and South Africa. South Africa is particularly for fruity and fresh Roses known. France produces the most rosé wines by volume, followed by Spain and Italy. The origin of rosé can also be traced back to France. The With its focus on rosé wines, the Tavel cultivation area is one of the best Rosé regions of the world. 

Rosé - smell and taste

Just like red wine and White wine has also Rosé unique Aromas in smell and taste. The aromas depend heavily on the grape variety and the Aged away. The typical ones Rosé Flavors range from strawberry to cherry to spice.

Rose wines from South Africa

The special thing about South Africans rosé wines is the high quality that the wineries show despite the still very young rosé culture in South Africa. Initially, the rosés from South Africa were primarily known for their fruity aromas and high residual sugar content. For this reason, rosé from South Africa was labeled as a women's wine for some time. Due to the increasing demand in South Africa for dry Roses of high quality, the Rosé style has been fundamentally changed. France is for many Winemaker a role model for elegant in South Africa Roses. Meanwhile, South Africa is known for its top-notch Roses known all over the world.

South African Rosés - Order online in the shop

In our online shop we offer a very large selection rosé wines from various wineries in South Africa. The Rosé from the winery Delaire Graff or the Sustainable Rosé from the Winery Cederberg are among the classics from South Africa. Also very special rosés again Rosé from the winery Kanonkop delight wine lovers all over the world.

In our Online shop you will find a large selection South African rosés from different wineries. The WineStore (www.the-winestore.com) enables very easy and reliable ordering of rosé wines from South Africa.

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