South African Cinsault in Old World mode. Being Hungarian, to me this looks like a Mediterranean version of our Kadarka wines – a pale, light red that’s easy to drink and love.
South Africa is not my most frequent choice when it comes to reds around 10 Euros. Wines like this could easily change my attitude.
Fancy bottles does not mean the wine cannot be good. This rosé is a good value too.
Elegant and poised, quite close to Provence in style. While it’s delicate, the texture is somewhat viscous, with the impression of a fuller body. Restrained, pretty aromas of peach and white currant, it’s rather a textural wine. Nuanced and delicious, a nice rosé, highly recommended.