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Schultz Family Wines

Pepper Street Syrah 2018 (R166.50 Per Bottle, 6 Bottles)

R166.50 Per Bottle
R166.50 Per Bottle


Retail: R1,200
Not for persons under the age of 18

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Rudi Schultz comes from a family of top-class winemakers, three of five brothers, also being avid surfers. Hailing from Somerset West, the three brothers grew up surfing the local breaks after school most days. Rudi's inspiration for his latest range of unique wines comes from his great passion for surfing, his love of the ocean and the world-renowned surf breaks.

Product Features
  • This Syrah exhibits beautiful aromas of dark berry, cherry and pepper with seamlessly integrated tannins and seductive hints of mocha, earth and spice adding to the complexity, which in turn follows through on the lengthy palate
  • Grapes are destemmed and whole berries were pumped into an open-top stainless steel fermenter, with 5% whole bunches added to the ferment. 
  • The tank was inoculated and punch-downs were done three times a day during the fermentation. 
  • Five days of extended skin maceration before pressing after which the wine was racked to barrel for 18 months of maturation in 225 L French oak barrels (10% New, balance second and third fills).
  • Enjoy now or easily hold for another 7-10 years
Product Specification
  • Region: Stellenbosch
  • Cultivar: Syrah
  • ABV 14.5%
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