Rosé Stellenbosch 2010
MULDERBOSCH VINEYARDS Mulderbosch (situated in the prime Koelenhof area of Stellenbosch) is widely accepted as being one of the best white wine producers in the country, and Mike Dobrovic, one of the most talented wine makers in South Africa.
This is a clear, medium intense salmon colored wine with legs. It has a clean, youthful, medium(-) intense nose displaying aromas of strawberry and grapefruit. It is an off-dry wine with medium acidity, medium alcohol, medium(-) tannin and medium(-) body. It has medium(-) intense flavors of strawberries, red cherries and mineral with a medium(-) length finish. It is a good, inexpensive wine that is ready to drink now but will not improve in the bottle.
External Reviews for Rosé Stellenbosch
Mulderbosch hits another home run with this lively, cheerful roseacute;. It starts with layers of cherry, flowers and strawberry on the nose, then offers a combination of fresh fruit and pepper spice on the palate. Overall it has a zippy, clean character that is well balanced and substantial.
Tasty cherry, herb and tobacco notes are backed by a nicely zippy finish. Drink now.
Light, lurid pink. Citrus zest, redcurrant and rose on the nose, with a touch of talc. Dry and incisive, offering tangy red berry and blood orange flavors and with a strong mineral underpinning. Turns even firmer with air and finishes with good clarity and cut.
A soft, watermelon pink colour with orange tints. Agamut of rose petals, lime zest, wild strawberry and freshly picked raspberries assault the olfactory senses. These red berry aromas follow through on the palate supplemented with nutmeg spice and ground pepper which is balanced by a refreshing acidity, softly textured mouth feel that leave a lingering farewell.
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