Cinsaut (Noir)

Many South Africans view Cinsaut as a heritage grape – particularly thanks to its role in the creation of Pinotage and because it was widely planted here in the early part of the 19th century. These days it’s back on the rise, with many producers (particularly in the Swartland) seeing the value in this warm-climate-loving Rhone varietal. It’s a lighter red wine (similar in colour to Pinot Noir), with floral notes that are perfect for easy drinking. It can even be served chilled.

Old Road Wine Company

Pardonnez Moi Cinsault

R105.00

Includes: Pardonnez Moi Cinsault - 1 x 750ml Description: There’s something about the peculiar things in life that have an uncanny knack of delivering a sense of intrigue. It’s those unexpected traits, the left-of-centre personalities, the...

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Rall

Rall Cinsault Blanc

R309.00

Includes: Rall Cinsault Blanc - 1 x 750ml Description: 'From Wellington grapes. Picked a little riper and left longer on the skins. A hint of reduction plus peach and yellow apple on the nose. The palate has a creamy texture, moderate acidity and...

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Sadie Wines

Sadie Wines Pofadder

R439.00

Includes: Sadie Wines Pofadder - 1 x 750ml Description: The nose shows a particular poached pear quality as well as black cherry with notes of lavender, earth and spice in the background. On the palate, lovely fruit concentration, lemon-like acidity...

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