These cousins decided to get one of the latest young star winemakers Lukas van Loggerenberg to make these two great wines.
Chenin Blanc - From a 1981 Swartland vineyard and involving three pickings at different levels of ripeness. Matured for 10 months in third- and fourth-fill barrels. Peach, apple, some earth and a little oxidative complexity. Great fruit purity, zippy acidity and a lovely savoury finish. A delight to drink. 91 points Christian Eedes
Syrah - Juicy red fruit, pepper and fynbos on the nose while the palate is light bodied with lemon-like acidity and very fine, soft tannins. Serve slightly chilled. A real energy about it. 90 points Christian Eedes.
33% Petit Verdot, 13% Shiraz, 28% Cabernet Sauvignon, 24% Malbec and 2% Cabernet Franc. Beautifully complex with aromas of eucalyptus, coffee and cloves. The palate is suprisingly fresh with bitter cherries, dark chocolate and blackcurrants, hints of cloves, tobacco and spice on the back palate.
Burgundy inspired Pinot pioneer, perfumed cedary spiced nose, seductive black cherry flavours, classy sleek minerality - will age very well.
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A rich, dark golden honey colour with intense perfumed nose of complex spice, cloves and vanilla. Developed secondary flavours of orange marmalade and dark chocolate. An intriguing and ever-evolving wine. The bold, sweet palate is perfectly balanced by tight acidity which results in a long-lingering honeyed finish.
2 bottles of Lyngrove Collection Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 - Ruby red colour with a garnet hue. Ripe fruit character with touches of mint and green pepper corns. Fine tannins complement sweet blackcurrant flavours. A well balanced wine with a pleasant lingering aftertaste. Pairs with: Flame kissed steaks, smoked chicken or seared tuna....