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De Wetshof Danie de Wet Rosé 2012

75cl

£6.25 (Approximate price)

Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: rosé wine
Vintage: 2012 Other vintages
Appellation:Robertson (Breede River Valley, South Africa)
Winery: De Wetshof Estate
Volume: 75cl
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 14.5%
The De Wetshof Danie de Wet Rosé 2012 : a rosé wine from Robertson produced by De Wetshof Estate that is made of 2012 grapes and shows an alcoholic strength of 14.5%. According to Drinks&Co users, this rosé wine earns 4 out of 5 points.

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De Wetshof Danie de Wet Rosé 2012

Producer: De Wetshof Estate

Appellation: Robertson

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The Winery

De Wetshof Estate

De Wetshof Estate

Robertson Valley is located 160km North of Cape Town.

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Reviews of De Wetshof Danie de Wet Rosé 2012

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4 /5

Typical opacity of a De Wetshof Estate. Cheerful, lively, fresh. Red fruits predominate.
Pairs well with red tuna fish.
We tested this De Wetshof Estate with the club members.
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4/5

Smells like red strawberry, raspberry and blackberry. It tastes very fresh.
This rosé is a great gift.
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Lauren Scott

4/5

You won't find this De Wetshof Danie de Wet Rosé in any supermarket.
What an intense colour. Cabernet-character with scents of green pepper. This De Wetshof Danie de Wet Rosé had a refreshing taste.
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Peter Samuels

4/5

TASTING NOTES OF De Wetshof Danie de Wet Rosé 2015:
- View: intense Rosa
- Nose: Delicate and complex with ripe berries and spice.
- Mouth: persistent flavors of fresh fruit. Medium body.

APPELLATION: Robertson
VINEYARD: De Wetshof Estate
GRAPES: Merlot

PREPARATION: pressing and delicate and fractional maceration. Fermentation in stainless steel tanks with temperature control. No malolactic fermentation

WINE PAIRING: Ideal with chicken, fish, salad and pasta
TEMPERATURE: 8-10 degrees
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13,09%
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Julie Patterson