No one cares about the varietal that is used to make Rosé, it’s all about the colour.
After travelling to various markets around the world they believe this is that colour. Committed to not making a light colour water with plenty of acidity(a proxy for freshness), we have used the free run juice from Pinotage. Often the first red grape in the cellar it has plenty of structure and fruit up front.
The Pink Camo label is a combination of both feminine and masculine values. At these times of nationalism and intolerance we believe you should Respect Existence or Expect Resistance.
One can imagine the brief given to Abraham Izak Perold who perfected the crossing of Pinot Noir and Cinsault in 1924: ‘Professor, we want you to create a uniquely South African grape variety that has all the nobility of Pinot Noir but the high-yielding potential of Cinsault’. Pinotage is what...
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.
A blend of bush vine Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay and Viognier sourced from a number of traditional farmers in the Swartland. Each of the three varieties, brings its essential character to the wine. The largest component, Chenin Blanc, gives backbone and structure. The Chardonnay was naturally, and slowly, fermented, resulting in...
This hand crafted boutique wine has been matured for more than 18 months in French oak barrels and bottle matured. Intense Ruby Garnet in colour. Plums, dry prunes, damsons and cherries with hints of dry mint, cinnamon and violets and notes of spices and herbs. Full and rich, juicy and appealing....