Dry White Varieties (<5g/l or up to 9g/l if TA <2g/l lower) (Syrah) Unwooded any vintage
This modern day Shiraz is a fine example of a wine made from vineyards grown under Dry Land Conditions. As is the case when using small berries, this wine shows a voluptuous bouquet and a rich aftertaste, leaving you with much food for thought.
The nose is spicy with hint of white pepper, cloves, fresh tobacco and violets. The palate shows tones of mulberries, cherries and fynbos, while the structure is broad with delicate tannins and a fresh aftermath. Drink this wine now or mature for up to 12 years and beyond.
Pair with the likes of matured blue cheese, flame grilled steaks, beef casserole or blueberry cheese cake.