. Delheim Pinotage Rose


Coastal region, South Africa



90% Pinotage, 3.5% Muscat de Frontignan The Simonsberg is named after the first Governor of the Cape, Simon van der Stel, after which Stellenbosch is also named. In 1699, he granted the freehold of this piece of land to Lourenz Kamfer, a German. It was originally named De Driesprong. The farm had various owners until Mr Hans Otto Hoheisen bought it in 1938 as a retirement home for himself and his wife Deli. DELHEIM comes from the German for “Deli’s home”. Delheim is owned by the Sperling family. Brilliant single vineyard Pinotage rosé. Just off-dry in style and absolutely exploding with strawberry fruit. The perfect summer wine! Pairs well with BBQ, Mexican tacos, mild curries, salads, Thai. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.