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(2019) 25-year-old bush vines here, and the blend is 40% unoaked, the rest was aged in large French barrels. Lovely colour again, aromas slightly meatier, coffee-touched, but that exotic spice and floral perfume does come through. A richer, sweeter, more rounded fruit character than the Naudé Cinsault tasted alongside, but once again the acid is glorious, spices and bright red fruits into the finish.
(2015) Syrah and Cabernet dominated blend. Fabulous schist and black fruit lift, the intense black fruit edge with acidity and yet a chocolate depth, spices and structural tannins beautifully supportive. The creamy oak embellishes the finish but it remains so crisply fresh.
(2015) This has a fine schisty, rhubarb and fine earthy quality. So deliciously pert and focused, so light on its feet, with a little coffee and terrific length. Gorgeous wine, so balanced.
(2015) Lovely schisty blackness with a smooth berry fruit and lots of sweet fragrant and floral notes, really pure and deliciously long. Not in UK at time of writing.
(2015) Deliciously warm and inviting spices. A mellow and inviting Pinot with lovely chocolaty tones and spices, so broadly appealing.
(2015) Beautiful fresh cherry, only 12% alcohol. Absolutely gorgeous with its intense perfume and full ripeness but such beautiful fruit and spicy length. A fabulous Pinotage on the Pinot side, but not losing Cinsault juiciness.
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