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“Halagasha” is the Xhosa term which a particular South African tribe uses when scoring a goal in a game of football. Put together with Pinotage, a grape pioneered in South Africa through the crossing of the tasty Pinot Noir and the hardy Cinsault grapes, you get a pretty darn tasty red wine. Using whole bunch fermentation under semi-carbonic conditions for 8 days in stainless steel tanks helps to bring out those candied bright flavours of strawberry, raspberry, vibrant cherry and cranberry. Whereas the 5 months ageing in large 225l barrels promotes a subtle hint of nutmeg spice and suede leather with a white pepper finish.
The Big Boy of Piedmonte, this is a name you will not forget. Aged in oak for two years from a high elevation single vineyard, this garnet opens on the…Discover More
The epitome of an elegant rose champagne, if it could talk it would talk with a plum in its mouth although there are no plums in it just fresh strawberry &…Discover More
True elegance and subtlety in a glass with soft unripe stone fruits and spring flowers with a long lasting flavour.Discover More
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