Nice rose from SA, purchased at hop and grape. Crisp acidity with well balanced sweetness, this is a delightful summer sipper — 10 days ago
Black plums, blackberry, black pepper, sweet tobacco — 13 hours ago
Doring Bay, Western Cape South Africa Sauvignon Blanc 2017 mit 14,5 Volumenprozent
Ein toller Wein, würzig, intensiv, leichte Alterungsnoten Richtung Sherry, von der Farbe noch hellgrün und im Abgang noch deutlich als Sauvignon Blanc zu erkennen. — 13 hours ago
Farmed in Malgas, 15km from the sea grown on dramatic sites of broken shale and rolled stone.
Absolutely great smooth and curvy wine smooth recommended. — 4 days ago
Cheers to the wines of South Africa 🇿🇦
This Hamilton Russell Pinot Noir is unique in that the grapes used to produce it primarily came, not from Hamilton Russell vineyards, but rather from neighboring vignerons.
Hamilton Russell made this unprecedented decision in the aftermath of devastating wild fires that imparted smoke taint to its estate-grown grapes. Unwilling to compromise on quality, I applaud Hamilton Russell for its tenacity and willingness to forge ahead to create this delicious Pinot Noir for its customers. 👏👏👏
This wine is comprised of fruit hailing from three different Hemel-en-Aarde (aptly meaning “heaven and earth”) Wards within the Walker Bay District, in the Cape South Coast Region of South Africa’s Western Cape.
This wine is a reflection of community, camaraderie, and commitment to excellence.❤️
👁 It is medium ruby with pale fuchsia rim variation.
👃 On the nose this wine has a medium(+) intensity of youthful aromas. The aromas include candied cherry, strawberry rhubarb preserves, violet, dried orange peel, white pepper, star anise, clove, and nutmeg.
👄 On the palate this wine is dry. It has medium(+) acidity, a medium body, medium alcohol, medium tannins, and medium intensity of flavors consistent with the nose. This wine has a medium finish.
Hamilton Russell, Pinot Noir, Walker Bay, ABV 13.5%. Vintage 2019. — 22 days ago