Rosy joy in the wine glass

La Motte Vin de Joie Rosé 2022

  • LAM-122022
  • Delightfully fruity with a subtle sweet note
  • Fresh on the palate with pleasant acidity
  • Simply fantastic with dishes with salmon
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14.95€ 19.93€/l

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The La Motte Vin de Joie Rosé shimmers in a fine salmon pink in the glass and unfolds wonderful...
The La Motte Vin de Joie Rosé shimmers in a fine salmon pink in the glass and unfolds wonderful aromas of nectarine, grapefruit and melon in the bouquet. A hint of candyfloss surrounds the fruity notes and successfully rounds off the first impression. A pleasant acidity provides a nice mouthfeel and the fresh nuances of nectarines linger on the palate for a long time. Enjoy the blend of Grenache Noir (71%), Mourvèdre (17%), Shiraz (6%) and Cinsault (6%) pure or simply combine the rosé with salad, salmon or trout. The name of the La Motte Vin de Joie Rosé is reminiscent of the winery's French heritage, but at the same time also stands for the biodiversity of the Cape Winelands: the joy in the name stands for the Serruria Florida, a plant that is also known as the "blushing bride" thanks to its delicate pink colouring.

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La Motte Vin de Joie Rosé 2022
Grape Varieties:
Grenache Noir (71%), Mourvèdre (17%), Shiraz (6%), Cinsault (6%)
La Motte
Importer/ Distributor:
CAPREO GmbH- Gildeweg 10- 46562 Voerde- Germany
Food Business Operator:
CAPREO GmbH, Gildeweg 10, 46562 Voerde, Germany
La Motte, R45, 7691 Franschhoek, Südafrika
Bottle Cap:
Screw Cap
14.95€ / bottle à 0,75 l
Filling Quantity:
0,75 l
Alcohol Strength:
12,5 % Vol.
5,3 g/l
Residual Sugar:
1,1 g/l
Serve at:
8-10 °C
Best before:
In the Cellar:
Fermented in stainless steel tanks.
Western Cape

La Motte from the Rupert Family

In 1970, Dr Anton Ruper, an art lover and international businessman with a passion for nature conservation, purchased the Franschhoek wine farm, La Motte. The farm has a rich French Huguenot history with Gabriel du Toit planting the first vines in 1752. Today, the estate belongs to Dr Rupert’s daughter, Hanneli Rupert-Koegelenberg and together with her husband and CEO of the estate, Hein Koegelenberg, they have turned La Motte into an internationally respected wine producer and popular wine tourism destination.

Highest Quality of La Motte Wines

La Motte regularly receives international awards and recognititon from competitions such as the International Wine Challenge, the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles and the Michelangelo Awards. For many wine lovers, the name La Motte is almost synonomous for exceptional quality. Each wine in the portfolio bears testimant to the estate’s espertise and experience in wine cultivation as well as its passion for South African wine. The wines reflect the diversity of their South African terroir and are presented in an elegant style that makes them exceptional partners to food.

The Pierneef à La Motte

Many South African wineries have their own restaurant, but the elegant Pierneef à La Motte Restaurant also bring a taste of South African heritage cuisine. The name of the restaurant is inspired by South African artist Jacob Hendrik Pierneef who is renowned for his creative portrayal of the beautiful South African landscape. Visitors to the estate can enjoy his artistic inspiration in the restaurants. The ktichen serves a modern interpretation of traditional South African cuisine. Recipes are carefully researched and the restaurant uses seasonal produce and locally sourced ingredients in dishes that are a feast for all the senses.