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 tomatoes and cranberries accompanied by a herbaceous symphony of coriander and charcuterie.
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...
Considered a jewel of the Swartland, the Allesverloren Fine Old Vintage/Port is crafted from Tinta Barocca, Souzão, Pontac and a blend of Malvasia Rey, Tinta Röritz, Tinta Francisca and Touriga Nacional. Deep ruby red. Complex aromas of ripe dark fruit and glazed cherries with a hint of smokiness and honey. A full,...
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....
The flagship wine of Annexkloof. This soft, elegant Malbec has typlical flavours of black plum and mulberry. Fine well structured tannins and complexity of fruit on the palate. Aged for 2 years in second and third fill oak barrels. Serve with duck, chicken, lamb and creamy fish.