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The Drift There Are Still Mysteries Pinot Noir


Ripe strawberry, Indian spice, plum, cardamom, thyme, rhubarb, red cherry and a touch of toasty cinnamon. The palate is elegant and soft, but alive and fresh with lingering creamy tannin. Flavours of strawberry, chocolate, dried garden herbs, ripe nectarine, warm spices and a touch of vanilla wash over your palate.

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R670 per Bottle

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Region Overberg
Winemaker Bruce Jack
Pack Size 750ml
Blend 100% Pinot Noir

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This is a SAWIS certified single vineyard wine. Planted in 2002, this vineyard just survived a wild fire that swept over the farm in 2006. They don’t expect more than 3 tons per hectare due to the steepness and wind. Home is clay rich ancient shale mixed with weathered sandstone from the mountainside. At 450m above sea level, the vines look south west towards the Atlantic Oceans. Hand-pruned and hand-picked.

The grapes “cold soak”for a few days before “wild”fermentation kicks off, the party taking place in the open top fermentors – 30% whole bunches. The cap is gently hand-plunged 3 time a day. They press off towards the end of the fermentation and age between 12 and 18 months in mostly old 225lt barrels. The wine is bottled unfined and unfiltered.

Try braaied king prawns from Mozambique. Or slow roasted veal shoulder. It goes with a lot of surprisingly rich foods as well.

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