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Cultivar: Shiraz

Wine of Origin: Swartland

Wine Maker: Alecia Boshoff

Viticulturist: Tharien Hansen

Vineyard: Selected vineyards situated on the slopes and foothills of Kasteelberg, mainly Richter 99.

Production: 8-10 ton per hectar

Harvest detail: Harvested at an average of 25-26 degrees Balling.

Cellar Treatment:

Cold soaked for one day and then inoculated with selected yeast. Fermentation temperature was between 24-26 degrees Celsius. Regular pump-overs were given to enhance colour and flavour extraction. Wine was matured with 80% French oak staves and 20% American oak staves, which was then blended with wine matured in 2nd and 3rd fill barrels for 12 months.

Tasting notes:

Often referred to as Shiraz Country, the Riebeek Valley is renowned for exceptional Shiraz wines. This Shiraz is a lively, rich wine; full-bodied with a subdued smokiness on the nose and a pallet of ripe fruit and interesting spice. Well-balanced and smooth, the aftertaste lingers with the exciting flavours of chocolate and spice.

Serve: Perfect companion to meat, game, duck, goose, pasta and cheese. Serve at room temperature.

Ageing: Ready to drink, but will benefit from another year in the bottle.

Alcohol: 14.16%

Residual Sugar: 5.7g/l

Total Acidity: 5.1g/l

pH: 3.63

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