(2022) From the dome-shaped Rondekop hill in the small, cool, elevated Ward of Banghoek, only 4,200 bottles of this wine were produced. It spent 18 months in 225l and 300l French oak barrels (40% new). Another dark and dense crimson wine, there is blackcurrant and firm cherry fruit, a little suggestion of graphite on the nose, the oak subtle and adding a touch of cedar. On the palate a very pure fruitiness here. Savoury and dry, the fine tannins really coat the mouth suggesting this will benefit from some time in the cellar. Spices and grippy acidity too, but that intense, pure fruit runs very nicely into a long finish.