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A pioneering first for South Africa, whereby both varietals, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, were whole bunch pressed together – this awardwinning Cap Classique proves its pedigree time and again both in local and international wine competitions. The Pinot Noir lends a berry-laden ripeness and subtle spiciness while the Chardonnay contributes creamy complexity. The delightful salmon-pink hue of the Vintage Rosé perfectly complements the sumptuous strawberry notes and rich creamy complexity on the palate.

Graham Beck Rosé Sparkling Pinot Noir 2017

Region: Robertson

Country: South Africa

Closure: Natural Cork

ABV: 11.87%


  1. 95

    Pale salmon hue, fine bead. Intense bouquet of strawberry jam, grilled bread. Fresh, crisp and lively with fine bead and delicate savoury finish. Finishes a touch chalky.

  2. 95

    Baked pastry. Strawberry tart. Rose gold hue. The bead is fine and the palate long.

  3. 97

    Very complex and powerful with superb nuttiness, sweet fruit aromas and flavours, fine al dente puckering textures, creamy mid-plate and fresh integrated acidity. Bubbles carry and lengthen the flavours. Saline notes at the finish.

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