The Warwick First Lady Rosé presents itself in a delicate pink, the nose immediately picks up the smell of raspberry and the fine floral note of jasmine. Delicately pink, bursting with pomegranate, strawberry and watermelon. Dry to the bone, but yet refreshing and voluptuous on the mouth. Wonderfully uncomplicated, but in no way one-dimensional. Fresh acidity will keep you going back for more.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.
AWARD 87 POINTS FROM WINE SPECTATOR Fruity, floral notes, spicy with a nice density. Creamy full bodied with nice supporting acidity and delicate oak Influence. From one of Franschhoek’s oldest...
Complex on the palate with some minerality and a good balance between fruit and crisp natural acidity. A mouth filling wine with a dry finish. This wine is made to...
Fresh and lively with hints of ripe gooseberry and white pear leading the bouquet. Tropical avours abound on the palate with a fresh acidity supporting the nish into a lingering...