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Kleinood Tamboerskloof Katharien Syrah Rosé 2022

Product information "Kleinood Tamboerskloof Katharien Syrah Rosé 2022"
The Kleinood Tamboerskloof Katharien Syrah Rosé flows into the glass in a delicate pink and scents wonderfully of summer berries, grapefruit and violets. On the palate, notes of red cherries are particularly present and are underpinned by spices. The fresh acidity and silky smooth texture give the rosé a lovely mouthfeel. Enjoy the Kleinood Tamboerskloof Katharien Syrah Rosé either neat or with light dishes of pasta, seafood or goat cheese. Salads are also a recommended combination with this uncomplicated rosé.


Jg. 2022
4 John Platter Stars
Goes With:
Kleinood Wine Estate
Grape Variety
Bottle Top
Screw Cap
South Africa
Filling Quantity
0,75 l
Alcohol Strength
12 % Vol.
5,5 g/l
Residual Sugar
1 g/l
In the Cellar
Fermentation in stainless steeel tanks. The wine was left on the lees for four months.
Serve at
13 °C
Best Before
Contains Sulphite
Kleinood Wine Estate, Blaauwklippen Rd, 7600 Stellenbosch, South Africa
CAPREO GmbH- Gildeweg 10- 46562 Voerde- Germany
Food Business Operator
CAPREO GmbH, Gildeweg 10, 46562 Voerde, Germany

Kleinood - a gem in front of the breathtaking scenery of the Helderberg

In 2000, Gerard de Villiers and his wife Libby discovered a piece of land in Stellenbosch - and created the vineyard Kleinood (Afrikaans for Jewel) from a run-down fruit farm. Gerard is a passionate engineer and has already constructed several important wine cellars in South Africa. Of course, Gerard de Villiers himself designed and built the state of the art cellar of Kleinood. With the 10 hectare land he fulfilled a dream - his wife and he analysed soil and climate, planted native plants and planted 200 trees. The focused work and the long search for the right location for the vines have paid off: today, excellent Syrah grapes, supplemented by Viognier, grow here. The family winery produces four wonderful wines.

Kleinood wines are popular with critics and gourmets

The de Villiers family has a long tradition in South African wine-growing, as owner Gerard is a direct descendant of the Huguenot Jacob de Villiers, who came to South Africa in 1688. Like his ancestors, Gerard de Villiers did some pioneering work, as he and his family were the first to plant vines and make wine on Kleinood. The excellent result can be traced back to his precise analyses. He analysed well in advance until he found the perfect place for his vines. In addition to the Kleinood wine creations Tamboerskloof Syrah, Tamboerskloof John Spicer Syrah, De Herder, Tamboerskloof Katharien Rosé and Tamboerskloof Viognier, two hectares of olives are planted. Boerin extra virgin olive oil is made from the small fruits.

Kleinood focuses on sustainability in all areas

Environmental awareness is written big on Kleinood. The winery is a member of the Biodiversity & Wine Initiative, uses ladybirds as natural pest controllers in the vineyard and installed solar panels on the roof of the wine cellar a few years ago to be able to use renewable energies. The labels on the Kleinood wines are also produced sustainably: They are made of recycled paper, printed with a wooden press, torn by hand and glued to the bottles. The labels bear the Kleinood logo: a sheep with a flag. The logo is reminiscent of the coat of arms of the de Villiers family.