Waterkloof, Circumstance Cape Coral Mourvèdre Rosé 2020 Bottle size: 750ml

South Africa, Stellenbosch
In stock
Only 26 left

Free nationwide delivery for orders over R1,500

Safe and secure online shopping with 8 ways to pay

Need buying advice? Speak to one of our experts. Call +27 21 448 4105

Orders will be shipped from our cellar within 1 – 2 business days.

Tasting notes:
'A delightfully pale coloured rosé. Delicate, fresh red berry aromas, especially pomegranate and raspberries, combined with a flinty note are prominent on the nose. The palate shows lovely acidity and elegance with a lingering aftertaste. Traditionally, the wine is served chilled on its own, but also marries well with the combination of spicy, tuna-based sushi and soya sauce.' – Winemaker

Alc: 13% | RS: 2.6 g/L | TA: 4.6 g/L | PH: 3.4

Tasting notes on the 2019 vintage:
'A beautifully pale salmon hue and complex aromas of peppered strawberries, tangy redcurrants and crushed wild herbs. These follow on the elegant, fine-textured palate, enlivened by crisp acidity and appealing notes of wet slate. Excellent value, made by Nadia Barnard-Langenegger who celebrates her 10th anniversary at Waterkloof with this vintage. Biodynamic. Drinking Window 2020 - 2021.' – Decanter, 90/100

'Delicate and floral, this Mourvèdre rosé from the slopes of the Waterkloof estate was whole bunch pressed before ageing in large foudres on its lees. Pale and refreshing, with a savoury, herbal bite and rosehip and raspberry fruit. Drink 2020-22.' – Tim Atkin MW, SA Special Report 2020, 90/100

About Waterkloof:
Pioneering biodynamic winemaking in South Africa with their lunar cycles, deep-bed system, worm house and portable chicken coop, Waterkloof are unassumingly elegant and sophisticated in their approach to farming and winemaking. The Somerset West estate places a strong emphasis on minimal intervention and gentle handling to preserve the natural ‘circle of life’ in all areas on the farm, and this is reflected in their wines, which show a commonality of sophisticated restraint. Their white wines are particularly food-friendly and have received high acclaim internationally from critics such as Jamie Goode and the Independent Wine Review.
More Information
Alcohol 13%
Technical analysis RS: 2.6 g/L | TA: 4.6 g/L | PH: 3.4
Variety Mourvèdre
Blend information 100% Mourvèdre
Winemaker Nadia Barnard
Drink to Drink now
Write Your Own Review
You're reviewing:Circumstance Cape Coral Mourvèdre Rosé

Shipping information

Wine Cellar ships throughout South Africa. See our shipping guidelines below.

Available on all orders over R1,500, excluding event tickets. The expected delivery times are the same as 'Standard door-to-door' below.

Shipping fees are calculated on the delivery ‘street code’ provided during checkout.

  • Cape Town & surrounds: 1 – 2 working days
  • Joburg, Pretoria, PE & Bloemfontein: 3 – 4 working days
  • Durban & regional areas: 4 – 5 working days

COLLECTION (Cape Town only):
Orders are available for free collection at our Cape Town office only. You will be notified as soon as your order is ready for collection.

Wine Cellar offers professional wine storage at our premises in Cape Town. If you are not an existing cellaring client, please view our rates and set up an account by visiting our cellaring page.

For this special overnight road service, orders must be placed before 13h00 SAST. The order will be delivered by the close of business the following working day.

We use a third party courier for international shipping. Please contact info@winecellar.co.za for the rates and delivery options.

More wines from this producer

AG: Antonio Galloni of Vinous.com  |  AM: Allen Meadows of Burghound.com  |  CE: Christian Eedes of Winemag.co.za  |  DEC: Decanter  |  GS: Greg Sherwood MW  |  JS: James Suckling  |  JR: JancisRobinson.com  |  JD: Jeb Dunnuck  |  NM: Neal Martin of Vinous.com OM: Old Mutual Trophy Wine Show  |  PG: Platter's Guide  |  ST: Stephen Tanzer of Vinous.com  |  TA: Tim Atkin MW  |  VIN: Vinous.com  |  WA: Wine Advocate  |  WE: Wine Enthusiast  |  WM: Winemag.co.za Report  |  WS: Wine Spectator