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Wildehurst Wines is a boutique winery in the Swartland, South Africa. They produce two ranges of wine using minimal intervention winemaking. Only 1537 bottles produced. Ripe cherry and forest berry aromas balanced with a hint of perfume carries through to the pallet. Silky smooth tannins and a long lingering aftertaste. Makes a perfect pairing with lamb or beef.
The Idiot is dark garnet with a purple hue. This cool climate Shiraz is true to its region and variety. It has a fragrant bouquet with juicy red fruits and blueberry. The palate is succulent yet elegant. It has bountiful fruit and spice finishing with fine savoury tannins.
Lowerland specialises in small-batch, natural wines from their organic vineyards in Prieska , South Africa . This is a thoroughly enjoyable blend with spicy & leathery notes from Shiraz complementing the red and black fruit aromas. Mint and eucalyptus freshens up the palate and transports you to a shady spot under the eucalyptus trees bordering their vineyards.
The Quintas Symphonia is made up of 5 grape varieties that thrive in the moderate climate of the King Valley. The wine is made up of Saperavi, Tannat, Tempranillo, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. The palate is seamlessly powerful as well as elegant, with fine, persistent tannins, a vibrant black fruit spectrum and notes of liquorice. The wine is complex, layered and unique.
The first “single site” release and a wine that sets the benchmark for contemporary fine wine from the Barossa. Produced from hand-picked fruit from one single block in the revered Ebenezer sub-region, Bachelor’s Block effortlessly blends precise picking times, whole bunch natural fermentations, gentle vinification with extended time in fine French hogsheads to yield a wine of taut power, finesse and savoury freshness. 97 points James Halliday