Pinotage

Pinotage

Pinotage is almost exclusively South African, having been developed there in the 1925 as a cross between Pinot Noir and Cinsaut, which was known at that time as Hermitage, hence Pinot-age. It is mostly harvested from bush vines, with many vineyards having vines over 25 years old. Pinotage has a good depth of flavour and is a unique individual fruity refreshing wine. It has good levels of alcohol giving depth, structure and keeping ability. The best examples of Pinotage wines are medium-bodied and subtly flavoured and better than most Cinsaut wines.


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A superb example of South Africa's own Pinotage. Full of plum and damson fruit flavours wit hints of liquorice and softened tannins. Further reduced to just £56.95 for the month of February.

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A soft, easy-drinking red wine, with flavours of blackcurrants, cherries and plums.

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