Sparkling wine Simonsig, "Kaapse Vonkel" Brut Rose, 2010
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Reviews of purchase Simonsig, "Kaapse Vonkel" Brut Rose, 2010
Salmon-colored wine with fine pearly bubbles.
Bright, pink, dry sparkling wine with a creamy taste and aftertaste.
The aroma of wine felt shades of rose, ripe strawberry and red currant.
The wine goes well with a variety of Chinese and Thai dishes, seafood salad, fruit salad with red fruits and berries, sushi, shellfish and smoked salmon.
"Kaapse Vonkel" Brut Rose - dry sparkling rose wine, created by the traditional method of production in South Africa, sparkling wines, called methods Cap Classic (Methode Cap Classique). First vintage "Kaapse Vonkel" Brut Rose was released in 2004 - that's when the winemaker Johan Malan created an innovative blend of three grape varieties: Pinotage, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Noir. For the first time in the world to blend were combined South African and two classic French grape varieties used for making wine in Champagne. As a result of the harmonious blending into the light born juicy pink wine with a fruity aroma and delicate, smooth, silky taste. Harvesting is done by hand in the second half of January to mid-February, with careful sorting and removal of damaged berries. The collected berries are gently squeezed with special presses.Vintage "Kaapse Vonkel" Brut Rose - delicious sparkling rose wine with a delicate taste, delicious mousse of bubbles and bright, pearly taste with a hint of red fruits and summer berries.
Simonsig wine estate owner, located in the northwestern part of Stellenbosch, is family Malan. The estate noble grape varieties are cultivated and produced some of the best wines of South Africa. The estate is famous for its red and white wines, and sparkling wines, champagne-producing method. The vineyards of the estate are located at the foot of Simons and cover an area of over 300 hectares. The company is one of the largest private wine producers in South Africa. Each wine Simonsig - a reflection of the family tradition of high-quality wine.