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Winter’s Drift Chardonnay 2012

Winter’s Drift Chardonnay 2012

Tasting Notes

Colour: Pale straw colour with a hint of green.

Nose: A voluptuous nose displaying lemon rind and butter with softer vanilla, smokiness and peach in the background. The complexity confirms the quality of the wine.

Palate: The mouth feel is wide and soft. Acidity gently pierces theaftertaste to provide freshness.

Food: Will pair with a variety of white meat, fish and vegetable dishes.

Ageing: Will age splendidly over the next three to four years.

Vinivication: 50% of the final blend was fermented in stainless steel tanks. The must was inoculated with selected yeast and fermentation took place at low and constant temperatures. The other 50% fermented in French Oak barrels. This component was not inoculated; natural fermentation took place over a period of 9 months. This part of the blend went through Malolactic fermentation. After 6 months a little part of the wooded chardonnay went to the stainless steel tank for optimum integration…the rest stayed in the barrels for 10 months.

Viticulture: The Chardonnay vineyards have a (cooler) south facing aspect, and are 295m above sea level. Planted with a vine spacing of 2.5m x 1.5m in deep red/yellow soils with high water retention capacity, but very well drained.

€12,95 X

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Winter’s Drift Pinot Noir 2013

Winter’s Drift Pinot Noir 2013

Tasting Notes

Colour: Dark Ruby coloured.

Nose: Poignant oak and cherry aromas dominate the nose. Supporting aromas are predominately vegetative in nature and include forest floor, rhubarb and mushroom.

Palate: On the palate the gentleness of the Pinot Noir grape comes to the fore.

Food: Perfect for white meat and vegetable dishes.

Ageing: Will age splendidly over the next three to five years.

Vinivication: 30% whole bunch and 70% destemmed. No cold soak took place. Grapes and must was not inoculated with selected wine yeasts and fermentation was left to start naturally. Malolactic fermentation took place in 300 L French Oak barrels. The wine was not racked before bottling and did not go through any filtrations prior to bottling.

Viticulture: The Pinot Noir vineyards have a (cooler) south facing aspect, and are 310mabove sea level. Planted with a vine spacing of 2.5m x 1.5m in deep red/yellow soils with high water retention capacity, but very well drained.

€14,15 X

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Winter’s Drift Syrah 2012

Winter’s Drift Syrah 2012

Tasting Notes

Colour: A dark, rich plummy colour going over to a purple rim.

Nose: Dark red hues lead to a peppery nose.

Palate: A combination of red and black berry flavours. Oak aromas with smooth, soft tannins.

Food: A distinct blend of both Northern & Southern Rhône characteristics contributes to a remarkably enjoyable wine to go well with most red & white meat.

Ageing: Will age splendidly over the next three to seven years.

Vinivication: After destalking the Shiraz, berries were hand sorted and cooled down to +/- 14 ºC. After a gentle crush, the must was cold soaked for 5 days with regular punch downs wherafter it was inoculated with selected wine yeast. The wine was fermented in stainless steel tanks with 3 pump overs per day and with daily delestage. Malolactic fermentation took place where after the wine was racked into 225 litre & 300 litre French Oak barrels where it matured for 11 months

Viticulture: The Shiraz vineyards have a warmer North West aspect, and are 337m above sea level. Planted with a vine spacing 2.5m x 1.6m in deep red/brown soils with high water retention capacity, but very well drained.

€12,20 X

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