A blend of Shiraz, Cinsault and Mourvèdre. It has an earthy, rustic quality with dark plum and red berry fruit on the nose and a medium-bodied palate.
Tiny berries allowed the production of wines with highly concentrated varietal character. Whole bunch fermentation, punch down by hand twice per day. Fermentation lasted 14 days, after fermentation the wine was basket pressed and placed into older barrels. The wine underwent full malolactic fermentation in the barrel. After MFL was...
A lustrous red in the glass, this blend of Shiraz and Cinsaut introduces an array of ripe berries and follows through onto a juicy, well-structured palate with a smooth finish. A blend of 53% Shiraz, 40% Cinsaut, 7% Mourvèdre
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Handpicked grapes, cooled overnight. 10% whole bunches. Grapes were cold soaked and partially natural fermented while minimal extraction was done. Maturing separately in older oak barrels. Rose petal, smokey spice and plum skin flavours.
Rich red fruit on the nose. The palate is dominated by red fruit and has a strawberry crunch at the end which is balanced with a zippy fruit finish.
What’s in a name? We’ve taken Pinotage and broken it up into new components—so we thought we’d do the same with the name. It's a new red blend led by Pinotage, with Grenache Noir and Cinsaut in supporting roles. The wine is robust, with bold notes of sun dried...