Region: Riebeeksrivier, Swartland
This is a range created in recognition of the Cape of Good Hope’s vinous heritage, which stretches back more than 350 years, when the first Governor of the Cape planted grapes. These unique wines are the result of irreplaceable parcels of old vines and site specific terroirs. The labels reflect the grape variety as well as the origin and singular characters behind them.
Cultivars: Syrah, Mourvedre and Durif
Appealing ripe black plum, spice and tobacco leaf notes on the nose. Succulent red and black berry fruit vibrance in the mouth, along with spicy tobacco and turned earth notes. Deep and plush yet structured with a elegant oak backbone. Rich, velvety texture with a long, smoothly rewarding finish.
Serve with a hearty Cottage Pie, the combination of earthy flavours is an excellent match.