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Koopmanskloof Pinotage Rosé 2011
Technical Analysis
: Louwtjie Vlok
Main Variety : Pinotage
Alcohol : 14.00 %vol
pH : 3.66
RS : 5.0 g/l
Total Acid : 6.30 g/l
Volatile Acidity : 0.49 g/l
SO2 : 126.0 mg/l
Appellation : Stellenbosch
Type : Rose
Style : Dry

Tasting Notes
This Pinotage Rosé has tropical, fruit flavours with subtle banana-minty undertones.
Blend Information
100% Pinotage
Food Suggestions
Salmon, seared tuna and a selection of sushi; light chicken dishes and salads.
In The Vineyard
Koopmanskloof Vineyards and its wine making tradition date back to 1777. The name depict the profession and location of an indigenous community who embrased fair trade with the first European ships to visit the Cape of Good Hope during the 16th century. Koopmans is Dutch for trader and 'Kloof' is a Ravine. Late owner, Stevie Smit, set aside 98 ha of his farm as a fynbos reserve and started the Vineyard Trail - a 24 km walk through vineyards and mountain heath along the ridge of the Bottelary Hills. Adding to the outdoor experience, the 'Berghut' was build in 1983, situated on Koopmanskloof hills, overlooking the beautiful Cape Winelands.

Origin: Stellenbosch
Ward: Bottelary Hills
Soil type: Ferricreet, Loam Sand and broken granite
Irrigation:Drip irrigation
Vineyards: Bush vine against Bottelary Hills
About The Harvest
Grapes harvested at 23° Balling.
Yield: 6t/ha
In The Cellar
Left on the skins overnight for ±12 hours. Removed from the skins and further produced as a white wine. Inoculated with NT116 yeast strain.

Other Vintages
Koopmanskloof Pinotage Rosé 2016 Stephan Smit Pinotage
Koopmanskloof Pinotage Rosé 2015 Stephan Smit Pinotage
Koopmanskloof Pinotage Rosé 2011 Louwtjie Vlok Pinotage

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