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Neil Ellis6x Jonkershoek Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

R383.17 Each
R383.17 Each


Retail: R3,120
Not for persons under the age of 18.

In 1984 Neil Ellis sourced grapes from vineyards not of his own and produced wine in rented cellar space. His vision, the pursuit of quality, extended out of the cellar and into the vineyards where varieties would excel and best express a particular style of wine reflective of their environment. Today, the experience and knowledge of the past are applied to modern techniques and technologies for a new generation of winemaking.

Product Features
  • Awards: 4.5 Star Platter, 92 Points Tim Atkin, 94 Points International Wine & Spirits Competition, Double Platinum & Top 100 National Wine Challenge, Double Gold Veritas.
  • Fermentation initiated in stainless steel tanks, and malolactic fermentation was completed in new French oak barrels. 
  • This wine spent 18 months in 100% new French oak barrels.
  • Intense dark colour. 
  • A subtle, intriguing and appetizing nose with blue and blackberries and typical cedar aromas from the Jonkershoek Valley. 
  • The palate is nervous and fresh, followed by a well-defined tannin structure.
  • This is a wine built to last and early drinking would benefit with decanting. 
  • Enjoy with venison and ribeye.
Product Specifications
  • Alcohol by Volume: 14.5%
  • Region: Jonkershoek, Stellenbosch

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