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New Wave South Africa Mixed Case

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September is for South Africa!

This month, explore one of the most innovative and exciting wine regions with us, starting with this selection of wines from some of the New Wave producers. From famous Chenin Blanc to Syrah to Pinot Noir and even our very own label!

 

This case contains one bottle of each of the wines listed below.

 

  • Saurwein, Chi Riesling, Elgin 2020  100% Riesling

Hints of citrus, fynbos, rose geranium, apple blossom and white stone fruit. On the palate it is zesty and fruity followed by flavours of citrus peel and lemon sherbet.

 

  • David and Nadia, Aristargos, Swartland 2019  47% Chenin blanc & Semillon, Clairette Blanche, Viognier, Marsanne, Roussanne, Verdelho and Grenache blanc

Cool and silky with elegant white peach, mango and pineapple intermingled with honeysuckle, toasted hazelnuts and a flinty minerality that give this wine great depth and character.

 

  • Thorne & Daughters, 'Rocking Horse' White Blend 2019  36% Roussanne, 25% Semillon, 22% Chenin Blanc, 11% Chardonnay, 6% Clairette

Aromas of yellow plum, kumquat, brioche and bay leaf, with saline undertones. The palate is broad and supple with a clean acidity on the finish.

 

  • Storm Vineyards, Vrede Pinot Noir Hemel-en-Aarde 2018  100% Pinot Noir

Silky and generous Pinot Noir showing succulent violet rose petals and ripe summer strawberries with a delicate spiciness.

 

  • Keermont, Syrah 2015  87% Syrah, 13% Mourvedre

Enchanting bouquet of violets, dusty sandal wood and a firm blackberry core, spicy red fruit and cherry sherbet. The palate is elegant and soft with supple tannins and a long earthy herbal finish.

 

  • Blank Bottle, TGWS, Western Cape 2019  Cinsault, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Grenache

An old school South African Bordeaux blend – back-in-the-day, Cinsault was illegally used to add acidity, longevity and to lighten Bordeaux blends. This Good Wine Shop own label can be described as somewhere between a Bordeaux and a Rhone.

 

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