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Pinotage
Merlot
Hemel en Aarde
Dark fruits and plums
2015

Whalehaven

Abalone Pinotage & Merlot 2015 (R88.16 Per Bottle, 6 Bottles)

R88.16 Per Bottle
R88.16 Per Bottle

R529

Retail: R660
Not for persons under the age of 18

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  • Alcohol orders will only be delivered within 10 working days after the restrictions have been lifted
About

Set at the entrance to the picturesque Hemel-en-Aarde Valley, Whalehaven is the third oldest wine producer in this revered coastal area. The winery is known for its collectable, hand-crafted wines including its exceptional Merlot, Cabernet Franc as well as terroir-specific, limited releases of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. This boutique winery was named after the protective bay that is the sight of whales in the cool Cape winter months and is the birthplace of wines of exceptional quality.

Product Features
  • The grapes were crushed separately and fermented in stainless steel tanks.
  • To ensure a fine and smooth wine, malolactic fermentation took place in tanks on French and American oak staves.
  • Further maturation took place in 3rd and 4th fill French, Hungarian and American 225L oak barrels for 10 months before the wine was given a light fining and filtered for bottling.
  • Deep red in colour with a dark rim. 
  • Rich black and blueberry notes with a hint of cedar on the nose which evolves into dark fruits and plums on the palate. 
  • A seductive wine with a rich mid-palate, smooth velvety tannins and a lengthy finish.
Product Specifications
  • ABV: 14%
  • Blend: 50% Pinotage & 50% Merlot
  • Region: Hemel-en-Aarde


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Although we do have to ask: if our savings are this good, shouldn't we be calling it discount therapy instead?

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