Paselen Elements Rosie 2019
Paserene Elements Rosie 2019
Rosie is a light pink onion skin color. On the nose, deep flavors of fresh red cherry, strawberry & cream and Turkish delight. The scent of rose and cinnamon also shines with a touch of cotton candy. In the mouth, it has a velvety smooth finish and moderate acidity, giving it a very savory character.
A hearty roast chicken with plenty of fragrant herbs and a fresh squeeze of lemon is a perfect match. A charcuterie board with salty and fatty meats is also a great accompaniment to your wine enjoyment. It goes well with soft cheeses such as brie and camembert, bringing out the natural sweetness of the cheese. It also pairs well with fresh salmon, light melon and Parma ham, and herb-marinated olives.
Country of origin/production area
south africa franschhoek
*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.
80% Carignan, 17% Mourvedre, 3% Syrah
Paserene is a small family owned winery in Franschhoek owned by Martin Smith and Ndabe Mareda with the sole purpose of producing high end fine wines. Great care is taken to ensure that the wines produced and the label artwork are true to the 'sense of place and person', guaranteeing a lasting legacy. When you sip Paselen's boutique wines, you are creating an unforgettable, memorable moment with every sip . The name Paserene comes from the Latin word Passeriformes. Passeriformes are eyes of "traveling, free" birds, including swallows. Paserene Winery is located in the quaint town of Franschhoek and produces award-winning wines.
●Cap: cork ●Cultivation/soil: Element series grapes are harvested from three vineyards with different soils and climates. Rosie comes from grapes harvested from our wine farm in Tulbagh.
●Manufacturing: At our winery, we don't use standard barrels because we want exceptional results. Our new barrels are seasoned and dry, steamed without toasting for up to five years. It is then used for 16 months to make wine. Patience is inherent in our winemaking.
#South African wine
drinking is not allowed before 20. Drunk driving is prohibited by law.
Drinking alcohol during pregnancy and lactation may adversely affect the development of the fetus/infant.