The grapes were harvest from the farm’s Cabernet Franc vineyard 360m above sea level on a South West facing slope – facing on to False Bay. The wine was farmed and harvested this Cabernet Franc specifically for making Rosé. The grapes were crushed, separated from the skins, settled, racked and fermented the same as white wine. The wine was fermented cold, 12-14 degrees Celsius to retain fresh red fruit aromas. The delicate pink colour for the Rose is derived from the red pigments that are released during the crushing process.The grapes for this Rosé were picked at 21.5 degrees Brix
There are no inquiries yet.