Bright pink in colour, the Wolftrap Rosé exudes the aroma of fruity flavours. The wine is smooth, round and easy on the palate and also tastes of red berries with a hint of spice.
Why not pair the Wolftrap Rosé with your Sunday roast? It creates a wonderful marriage of flavours.
The Wolftrap is another successful wine to come out of the Boekenhoutskloof estate. Established in 1776, the estate lay in the furthest corner of the Franschhoek Valley. It was in 1993 that the homestead was restored and a new vineyard planting program was implemented.
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