Situated in the Franschhoek valley where vineyards have been planted since the late 1600s, when exiled French Huguenots brought their viticultural know-how to their new home in South Africa.
Grapes were harvested in the cool early morning at 22°B, gently crushed and to a low 1.4 bars of pressure. The juice was left to settle for two days before blending and fermentation. Fermentation occurred over a 13 day period and wine was left on the lees for 5 months before filtration and bottling.
Rose gold in colour with peach, apricot and passion fruit aromas. The palate is dry with a crisp, refreshing finish. Pairs well with Seafood, shellfish, poultry and salad.
GlenWood donate the profits from the sale of this wine to Rhino Revolution NPOSouth Africa is home to 80% of the world’s rhino population and Rhino Revolution, established in 2011, works to rescue and rehabilitate orphaned rhinos as well as helping protect exisiting rhino populations.