With a wine making history stretching back into the 17th century, South Africa is the oldest 'New World' country and produces many different styles of wine.
Deep red in colour. Rich mulberry, plum and cassis fruit aromas with flavours of dark berries and plum, are enhanced by soft, rounded tannins and a fruit-driven finish.
Hurry! When it's gone, it's gone - wigig. It is rare to see a wine made from 100% Cinsault, but, it has blossomed in Swartland where the vines are seriously old and low yielding.
Peaches, lychees, rose petal and spice are complemented by rich layers of fruit with spicy undertones of white pepper and cinnamon. Enjoy with creamy seafood and poultry dishes.
Reminiscent of a Rhône blend, the Viognier's aromas of ripe apricots and spicy floral aromas dominate the nose, while the palate is made crisper by the Grenache Blanc, with a streak of minerality.