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Anthonij Rupert L’Ormarins Brut Classique Rosé n/v

Anthonij Rupert L’Ormarins Brut Classique Rosé n/v
  • ANT-270000
  • Pleasant fruit notes, surrounded by spicy pepper
  • With vivid perlage and crisp acidtiy on the palate
  • Sparkling wine produced by traditional methods
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Delivery time 2-5 Workdays

17.95  23.93 /l

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The Anthonij Rupert L‘ Ormarins Brut Classique Rosé shimmers with a lovely salmon pink colour in...
The Anthonij Rupert L‘ Ormarins Brut Classique Rosé shimmers with a lovely salmon pink colour in the glass. The Bouquet reveals pleasant notes of raspberries and strawberries, whilst pepper ensures for a spicy component. On the palate, the traditional produced sparkling wine enchants with a vivid perlage, a crisp acidity and delicious aromas of red fruits. Biscuit and yeast notes which the blend of Pinot Noir (60%) and Chardonnay (40%) owes its second fermentation in the bottle, gives the well-structured sparkling wine a rich and creamy mouth feel that lingers for a long time. After the fermentation, the Anthonij Rupert L’ Ormarins Brut Classique Rosé matured for further two up to four years in the bottle. Enjoy the sparkling wine best with a delicious dessert or soft cheese but sea food and white fish are also a good choice.


Jg. 2020
4 John Platter Stars

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Anthonij Rupert L’Ormarins Brut Classique Rosé n/v
Grape Varieties:
Pinot Noir (60%), Chardonnay (40%)
Anthonij Rupert
Importer/ Distributor:
CAPREO GmbH- Gildeweg 10- 46562 Voerde- Germany
Food Business Operator:
CAPREO GmbH, Gildeweg 10, 46562 Voerde, Germany
Anthonij Rupert, R45 Wine Route, 7690 Groot Drakenstein, South Africa
Bottle Cap:
17.95 € / bottle à 0,75 l
Filling Quantity:
0,75 l
Alcohol Strength:
12,5 % Vol.
6,6 g/l
Residual Sugar:
8,3 g/l
Serve at:
6-8 °C
Best before:
In the Cellar:
Underwent the secondary fermentation and matured for further 2 up to 4 years in the bottle.
Western Cape

Anthonij Rupert Wines

The wine farm L’ Ormarins is located on the foothills of the mighty Groot Drakenstein Mountains in the picturesque Franschhoek. Since 1969, it has been in possession of the family Rupert; it is even more inseparably connected with Anthonij Rupert Wines today and has become the undisputed heart. Besides L’ Ormarins, there are three other farms that belong to Anthonij Rupert Wines: Altima, Riebeeksriver and Rooderust. Through their different locations, it is possible to provide the ideal growth conditions for each grape variety and consciously emphasize the best features of the different vines. This is how Johann Rupert managed to create an impressive memorial for his brother with Anthonij Rupert Wines which continues to live his claim to produce excellent wines every day.

Back to the Beginnings...

The winery L’ Ormarins can look back on a long history which in today’s time can be noticed in many areas. The name alone gives away the founding through the French Huguenot Jean Roi in 1694 who named the land after his home Lourmarin in France. He had been cultivating vines on the impressive slopes of the Drakenstein Valley yet the great orchards were also an important pillar. Until the purchase by Dr. Anton Rupert in 1969, L’ Ormarins had often changed owners and had increasingly focused on viniculture. In 1833, it had even produced the first South African champion white wine and brandy but only under the family Rupert, especially under Anton Rupert’s son Anthonij, the winery finally managed to permanently create noble top class wines.

...and yet Discover New Possibilities

Under this guiding principle, Jean Roi had already laid the cornerstones for excellent wine production of Anthonij Rupert Wines. This can especially be seen in the historic cellar that can now be admired again in its original state after laborious restoration. Previously, families living in the surrounding areas brought their own grapes in order to let their wine mature there. The coats of arms on the large, old oak barrels confirm this old tradition that had meant a huge innovation at that time. The new Anthonij Rupert cellar was finished in 2005 and houses state-of-the-art technology and works with gravity supported technology. However, when it comes to selecting the wines, good old manual labour is still used – this is how Anthonij Rupert Wines successfully, as numerous international awards show, unites old tradition with modern cellar technology.