(2019) Named in memory of the famously cheap and cheerful 'Tassenberg' red wine, one of Pieter's earliest wine memories. It is made from Cinsault grown in Breedekloof, very pale in colour, with a fine, slightly nutty, but crunchy fresh fruit, a little bit of a Beaujolais character, that Beaujolais like quality of bright, super-pure fruit again. Deliciously easy to drink.
(2019) Has developed a nice bit of funk and a little more weight aromatically thatn the 2018, tasted alongside. On the palate lots of juiciness again. Perfectly bright, ripe and tart at the same time.