2013, 2014 and 2015 editions of Extraño (The Stranger) make up this special three pack giving you, the taster, a first-hand opportunity to assess the similarities and differences of the same wine across three consecutive vintages.
A Mediterranean blend of Tempranillo, Grenache Noir and Carignan, the Extraño hails from Paarl (Tempranillo & Grenache Noir) and the Swartland (Carignan). The varying climates and weather conditions in the two areas across the vintages has made for clear differences in flavor profile making this selection the perfect candidate for a vertical tasting!
“Ruby red in colour with dates, plums, dark fruit, anise and cinnamon on the nose. The palate is medium to full bodied, with red fruit, vanilla flavours, a well- integrated robust tannin structure and a long elegant finish.”
National Wine Challenge ~ Top 100 & Double Platinum
Winemag.co.za ~ 90 point rating
“Its lovely concentration whisks together sour cherry and vanilla tones alongside elegant, linear and firm tannins.”
Platter ~ 4.5 star
“Beautifully scented, this wine has dark blackberries and cocoa on the nose. A robust, impressive red with good ageing potential.”
National Wine Challenge ~ Double Gold
Winemag.co.za ~ 92 point rating
Regional Revival Range
2013, 2014, 2015
Carignan, Grenache Noir, Tempranillo
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Enjoy with cured meats, roasted vegetables and spicy tapas.