Jubileum 2013: celebrating a decade of fine wine

Jubileum 2013: celebrating a decade of fine wine

It was 10 years ago that the very first bottle of fine wine was produced under the Rosendal signature of quality. We have produced the Blue Mountain's, Black Eagle's, Cecile's and Sophie's, Nordlys' and Vexator's. And a decade later, keeping with our original Norwegian heritage, we present our absolute flagship wine: The Reserve Jubileum 2013.

Matured for 24 months in French oak, this very special wine was handpicked and specially cared for by our award-winning winemaker, Therese de Beer, and was carefully packed into a beautiful new release design.

With only 1500 bottles produced, each bottle is manually numbered by hand and guarantees the exclusivity of this Reserve red blend of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot.

We now raise a glass of superb wine to our private clients! Click here to contact us and your dedicated wine merchant will contact you to reserve this special wine delivery, together with two stunning wine glasses to make sure you enjoy every sip of this wine - that can be cellared for up to 10 years.


The ruby black colour of this Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon blend is the first sign of it’s intensity and extraordinary quality. Whiffs of sweet spice, crushed raspberries and chocolate is some of the beautiful flavours that you will find in its perfumed bouquet. The palate is lush with supple dark fruit and brandied cherry nuances that lead to a luxurious medium to full bodied palate and soft velvety tannins.

Variety: 59% Shiraz, 38% Cabernet Sauvignon & 3% Petit Verdot
Alc: 14.5%
Sugar: 2.9 g/l
TA: 5.7 g/l
pH: 3.49

This very special hand crafted wine is a beautiful addition to any wine collection. It is of superb quality and can be matured for up to 10 years. Our award-winning winemaker, Therese de Beer, suggests that you serve this exceptional wine with rich and flavourful stews and casseroles. It will also be a great partner with mature cheese and bread plates.


Rosendal is a municipality in Norway and hosts a manor built by Ludwig Rosenkrantz. He completed this small palace in 1665. In 1678 King Christian V of Denmark gave the estate the status of barony - the only one of its kind in Norway. Today known as Baroniet Rosendal.

It is with this tradition that Rosendal Winery continues to give its hand crafted wines Norwegian affiliated names, as the very first owner of Rosendal Wynery was a proud Norwegian.


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