About This Wine
By handling the grapes and the ferment well, the winery were able to focus all of the great aspects of Pinotage's heritage into the bottle (cherry fruit related to Pinot, spiciness related to Cinsault) and avoid all of those that have so often made Pinotage infamously awful. Using only free-run juice only is reflected in the red cherries, violets and juicy palate, which finishes with balance, length, a touch of minerality and some really funky spice. Definitely a Pinotage you can drink a bottle of on your own. Even slightly chilled.
|Brand||Winery of Good Hope|