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Waterford6x Estate Grenache Noir Single Vineyard 2021

R299.83 Each
R299.83 Each


Retail: R2,000
Not for persons under the age of 18.

Waterford Estate is situated in the picturesque Blaauwklippen Valley, in the world-renowned Stellenbosch region. We believe in the old adage of 'less is more'. There is nothing pretentious or ostentatious about the estate, rather the visual impact is one of a seamless whole, which complements rather than detracts from the surrounding natural beauty. 

Product Features
  • Award: 93 Points Tim Atkin.
  • After fermentation, the grapes are pressed, and the wine is transferred to old 500L French oak barrels and porcelain jars for malolactic fermentation and ageing.
  • The wine has a ruby-red colour.
  • Smokey cherry and vibrant red fruit aromas that build on the base of subtle licorice spice aromatics. 
  • The palate reveals vibrant fruit flavours of cherries and cranberries, with a fresh acidity that adds vibrancy to the wine, a result of the cooler vintage. 
  • The tannins are refined and soft, serving to balance the acidity and showcase the salinity in the wine.
  • Enjoy with roasted meats, fragrant stews, and Asian flavours.
Product Specifications
  • Alcohol by Volume: 13.32%
  • Region: Stellenbosch

For more information visit Waterford

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