Mount Abora

Saffraan Cinsault

8.86 ratings
8.91 pro ratings
Swartland, Coastal Region, Western Cape, South Africa
Cinsault
Top Notes For
Adam Knoerzer

What a snappy, earthy iteration of this grape. Sure, you’ll find some crunch red fruits, but this wine seems a little more on the twiggy and dusty side (at least compared to other South African Cinsaults). A darker, more brooding tone. Endorse.

What a snappy, earthy iteration of this grape. Sure, you’ll find some crunch red fruits, but this wine seems a little more on the twiggy and dusty side (at least compared to other South African Cinsaults). A darker, more brooding tone. Endorse.

Mar 28th, 2019
Jessica Walkup

Great cherry, spice and herb nose.

Great cherry, spice and herb nose.

Aug 27th, 2019
Douglas Sopfe

Great nose and initial taste. Kind of a weird musky finish

Great nose and initial taste. Kind of a weird musky finish

Mar 9th, 2017
Jon Clark

An interesting and unique wine, which is 100% Cinsault and naturally fermented. 2014 vintage with the throw back label. Very cool wine to try for the adventuresome, if you can find it!

An interesting and unique wine, which is 100% Cinsault and naturally fermented. 2014 vintage with the throw back label. Very cool wine to try for the adventuresome, if you can find it!

Mar 21st, 2015
Kyle Medlin

Kyle had this 4 years ago

Kyle had this 4 years ago

Apr 17th, 2016
Ion Feldman

Ion had this 4 years ago

Ion had this 4 years ago

Mar 28th, 2016