8,10 

Includes 19% MwSt.
(10,80  / 1,0 L)
Delivery Time: approx. 3-4 working days

789 in stock

 

A fresh,fruity drinking pleasure

The grape material for the Hill & Dale Dry Rosé Merlot comes from vineyards planted between 1987 and 1993. They are located on gentle, northeast-facing slopes, between 160m and 230m above sea level, and stand on soils of decomposed granite and Table Mountain sandstone. After the manual harvest of the grapes in mid-February, they were squeezed and destemmed. The juice was immediately separated from the peels to prevent excessive color extraction. After clarification by flotation, cold fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks at a temperature of 16 degrees Celsius. After the end of the alcoholic fermentation, the wine spent a short time on the fine yeast before it was bottled after filtration.

 

What does the Hill & Dale Dry Rosé Merlot taste like?

The Hill & Dale Dry Rosé Merlot already seduces with its salmon trout color. In the nose then a fan of floral-fruity aromas: rose water, fresh strawberries, raspberries and subtle hints of candy sugar, accompanied by a hint of mint. On the palate, this South African wine is crisp and fresh, with an animating sweetness-acidity play and an unexpected fullness. A characterful, lively rosé wine from Stellenbosch, wonderful as a soloist and versatile as a food accompaniment.

2020 Hill&Dale Dry Rosé Merlot

 

Which dishes does the Dry Rosé Merlot by Hill & Dale go with?

Hill & Dale’s Dry Rosé Merlot is great with Mediterranean antipasti, such as Parma ham and melon, light chicken dishes, smoked sausages, leaf salads of all kinds and vegetable dishes. We also appreciate it with hearty pasta dishes with creamy sauces, such as pasta carbonara. An absolute winner is the wine with fish dishes, especially sushi. Try it with California rolls or nigiri sushi with salmon.

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