With a name derived from the celebrated Côte-Rôtie region of Southern France, Goat Roti is a wine set to please even the trickiest of elders within the flock. Abundant with rich fruit and warm spices, heart and gusto.
The Darling fruit was co-fermented with Viognier, as both varieties were ripe at the same time. The Elim and Stellenbosch Shiraz could not be co-fermented, as the grapes ripened later, and were incorporated into the blend at a later stage. Fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks and pump-overs were done three times a day ensuring good colour and flavour extraction. Once pressed, the wine was transferred to French and American oak barrels and matured for 20 months, with 20% new French barrels used.
Goats do Roam
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Lively deep ruby
Dark fruit, complex spice and lavender aromas followed by sweet oak spice
The palate is elegant yet mouth-filling with plum fruit and pepper spice with the potential to age very well
Shiraz: 97% Viognier: 3%
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