2017 Angels Tears wines radiate summer sunshine
Issued by GC Communications - Aug 10th 2017, 14:51
Smooth and bursting with fruit, these uncomplicated wines are easy on the palate and great value for money – ideal for easy living and everyday enjoyment.
Angels Tears Sauvignon Blanc 2017 is crisp yet generous with layers of tropical fruit and hints of green pepper. This refreshingly dry Sauvignon Blanc is eminently drinkable all summer long and a great companion to salads, light seafood dishes or grilled chicken.
Flaunting a seductive salmon hue, Angels Tears Dry Rosé 2017 is the ultimate picnic wine. It is primarily Cinsaut driven and teems with bountiful upfront freshly picked strawberries, raspberries and cherries. The ideal alternative to heavier reds on balmy summer days, it is dry, clean and refreshing with a lively, fruity finish. Sip it on the patio, try it over a light lunch, and be sure to add it to your picnic basket.
The Angels Tears wines are available country-wide and sell from the Grande Provence cellar door at R40 per bottle.
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