Steenberg Rosé is made from Syrah (51%) and Cinsault (49%). The Syrah grapes hail from our farm here in
Constantia as well as from a beautiful ridge in Robertson, whilst the Cinsault grapes were sourced from a special site of old bush vines in the heart of Stellenbosch and the Swartland. The grapes were hand-picked in the early morning and whole bunch pressed with a champagne pressing cycle to extract a pale and delicate juice.
Personal food pairing: I have not tasted this wine but have been informed that it was enjoyed with potato salads at a braai.