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    Bright, expressive, and gently savoury on the nose. In spite of its blushing hue, there is a symphony of deep flavours here including; hoisin sauce, fresh cherries, star anise and plum. Great served slightly chilled.
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    The nose has an immediate attack of lemongrass and grapefruit with notes of hay and fennel. The palate has a rich textural mouthfeel of lanolin and waxy lemons. Pithy, affermatively tart with bright acidity this would be a joyous accompaniment to oily fish or green curries.
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    The wine displays a dark ruby red colour. It has a broad, succulent and silky palate with plenty of red fruit, smoky cigar box, roasted almonds and maraschino cherries. Fine, textured tannins on the finish.
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    The wine a deep purple colour with flashes of scarlet. The palate is gentle and the tannins fresh but rounded. The aromatics continue into the palate with added blueberry, a hint of roasted black olives and soft-spoken sweet spice.
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    The wine has a delicate, pale straw colour with a slight green edge. It displays an aromatic kaleidoscope, rich with perfumed peach blossom, white pear, passion fruit and lime. These wonderful aromas prevail on the palate with added guava, pineapple, potpourri and a hint of nettle. The roundness of the palate is perfectly balanced by a steely mineral zest and enjoyable long finish.
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    Produced on the poor soils of the Schrepenberg Mountain in Stellenbosch, a wine that possesses great minerality and structure. Chenin Blanc, Sauvingon Blanc and Semillon aged on lees and oak. Excellent tension of tropical fruit and mineral core.
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    A pale, straw-like yellow colour with a bright green hue. The nose gives great tension and poise brimming with roasted almonds, sweet cashew, Turkish delight, lime zest, apricot and orange marmalade, wild honey and pineapple.
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    A refreshing wine with exotic rose petals, pomegranate and tropical fruit on the nose with lovely freshness and vibrancy on the palate.
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    Bready aromas and dried herbaceous notes, including fennel and aniseed dominate the nose, followed by a creamy lemon character. The palate is reminiscent of the nose, with great textural complexity, attributable to the long, slow wild yeast fermentation.
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    Wild yeast fermentation, low yields and ageing in large French oak foudre are what defines this savoury and appealing Syrah. Full yet elegant with bramble fruits and also some earth and meaty aromas.