12 May 2013

Beyerskloof Rose "a real drinkers’ wine"

Beyerskloof, a vintner of repute has their pinotage rosé listed here. Pinotage tends to the chocolate/coffee end of the flavour spectrum with less berry fruit and the strawberry nose. In many ways this makes it a perfect rosé, as chilled wine tends not to have much of a bouquet anyway, and the earthy character of the wine makes it a real drinkers’ wine. Even diehard red guys should be able to enjoy a glass.

If you’re looking for the one drink does all for the cottage or the deck I’d recommend this one. So go for it; try a glass. You won’t be disappointed.

James Romanow in The Leader Post, Southern Saskatchewan, Canada writing about Beyerskloof Pinotage Dry Rosé,  2010

Read more: http://www.leaderpost.com/life/Pinotage+ros%c3%a9+suitsdrinkers+tastes/8354883/story.html#ixzz2T5oxBCqp

1 comment:

  1. We are self-taught Wine aficionados who enjoy wine and its ability to allow for ... Chris & Shannon Dartmouth, NS Canada Unfussy Wine is using Pinterest. rose wine