(2023) Fruit comes from the Western Cape's expansive Coastal region, and spent over a year in American and French oak. Journey's End will provide one meal for someone in need in their local community, for each bottle purchased. Brambles, plum and gentle spice on the nose, a little suggestion of bubblegum perhaps. In the mouth it is juicy and fruity, a hint of sappiness is refreshing, the oak not apparent as it finishes with some sweetness from residual sugar, but balanced acidity and a modest tannic grip.