Beautiful floral notes of white petal on the nose open up to an exhilarating broad palate of pomegranate and fresh red cherry. Crisp on entry with a long dry finish.The Warwick The First Lady Rosé is a wonderful example for a refreshing rose from South Africa.
Beef tartare with a drizzle of truffle oil, served with crunchy sour dough toast. Or a chunky country pâté with sticky onion marmalade? Grilled salmon fillets, done on the braai with a Hoisin sauce. These are all winners. But if you also just want to drink a bottle, because its Monday, then that’s the best choice of all.
The winery Warwick used for its The First Lady Rosé the national grape of South Africa: Pinotage. This gives the wine an exciting body full of fruity notes. Pinotage is a cross between the two noble grapes Pinot Noir and Cinsault.
Alcohol: 11.5% vol
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