La Brun the Valley Pinot Noir Rosé 2021
La Brune The Valley Pinot Noir Rose 2021
Fresh strawberry and rose flavors with a crisp, dry finish of red fruit.
Nice Salad, Seafood, Chicken Casserole, Mediterranean, Singapore Laksa and more.
Country of origin/production area
south africa elgin
*Depending on stock availability, the vintage of the wine to be shipped may differ from the description. If you are interested in vintage, please contact us before ordering.
In 2011, a relatively new boutique winery, La Brune, was established in the cool Elgin district, an inland basin surrounded by mountains, about 70km from Cape Town. Owner and vintner Nico Grobler worked for many years in Côte Chalonix, Burgundy, France, with renowned vintners Dr. Alain Deloire and Bruno Lorenzon, before making Pinot Noir in Elgin, South Africa. , started making wine, mainly Chardonnay. La Brune's philosophy is to express the characteristics of the land to the maximum in grape cultivation and wine making. Based on traditional Burgundy wine making, by knowing the characteristics of the Elgin fields, we not only produce wines with Elgin characteristics, but also succeed in producing Chardonnay in the fields with the highest altitude in South Africa. In the case of Pinot Noir, five seeds have allowed us to grow 10,000 vines per hectare (the average in South Africa is 3,300 per hectare). With meticulous vine cultivation and winemaking, the Elgin terroir is a collection of wines that allow you to taste the power of nature hidden deep inside.
●Cap: Cork ●Cultivation/soil: Bockefeld shale soil. 13 years old. Cultivated at an altitude of 350m.
●Manufacturing: Grapes are harvested at the same ripeness as MCC to maintain the natural acidity and red strawberry-like fruitiness. Destemming, crushing and immediate gentle pressing preserves low levels of tannin and color. Natural fermentation at 12-14°C in stainless steel tanks. Aged on lees for 2 months.
●Production volume: 6000 bottles
#South African wine
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