Winery Details

About the Winery

Diemersfontein has belonged to the Sonnenberg family for 3 generations, dating back to the early 1940s. David’s grandfather, Max, bought the 183-hectare farm, which lies in the shadow of the majestic Hawekwa Mountains and boasts a panoramic view of both Du Toit’s Kloof and Bains’ Kloof mountain ranges.

Diemersfontein Rosé 2020

About the wine

The Diemersfontein Rosé 2020 is a pale peach colour with soft tones of raspberry, strawberry and candy floss.  The delicate and smooth berry flavours follow through to the palate with a medium body and a lingering dry finish.

This Rosé goes brilliantly with all sorts of food. Its ample body and wonderful aroma make it a notable and exciting combination. It’s fantastic with sushi, but also try it with Camembert and Brie, Paella or Grilled chicken.

Red Grapes

Cinsaut, Grenache, Mourvedre





Tasting Notes

Floral, Fruity, Herbal & Vegetal, Mineral

Food Pairing

Cured Meat, Fish, Roasted Vegetables, Soft Cheese, Starches, Vegetables, White Meat


Wellington, Western Cape



Segment best suited for

Off premise, On premise, Retail

Winemaking process

The grapes were harvested at a sugar level of 22 degrees balling, destemmed, crushed and immediately drained at the press. The free run and press juice were kept separately and cold fermented. After fermentation, the free-run and press juice was fined and blended together.


Drink now, or within two years of production.