The red wine is produced by Robertson Winery that is located at the Western Cape of South Africa. The grapes are harvested at an early stage to ensure low alcohol content. The Robertson Winery company appeared in 1941 through the merger of 26 scattered farms engaged in viticulture in the valley Robertson. Robertson valley is named after the Scottish Minister Dr. William Robertson, who arrived in South Africa in 1822 The winery is famous for both red and white wines like; Chapel, Cabernet, Shiraz, Pinotage, Sauvignon Blancs etc. Today, Robertson Winery is among the three most advanced and largest wineries Republic of South Africa, and its products have long won recognition of the international wine market.
.The wine has a ruby red color in the glass that is very so seductive
AT THE NOSE
The wine has a soft toasted-brioche note on the nose with additional hints of peach skin, light grilled apple and orange peel.
The palate is light and bright, with fresh citrus, a smooth sweet cherry and ripe berry flavors enlivened by vibrant acidity.
Has a mouthwatering sensation that carries through to the medium-length finish.
*The wine is best served chilled at 8 – 10
The wine is perfectly combined with cold cuts, stews, berry and fruit desserts.