Heritage Mixed Case:
Known for championing this proudly indigenous grape, Fairview tells the story of Pinotage by proving the great heights that the variety can reach through Primo. Our accolade-winning Primo is brimming with ripe, dark fruits on the nose, elegant tannins and a lengthy, cigar box finish.
Soil: Duplex Glenrosa soils
Intense ruby red in colour. Black cherries and plum aromas with hints of cinnamon and oak spice. Full bodied palate followed by dark fruit flavours, well integrated oak with firm, robust tannin structure make this wine a good partner for food. Will benefit from a further time in bottle with recommended aging for 5 years.
Intense ruby red colour. Rich blackcurrant and cherries on the nose. Intense dark fruit flavours on the palate that combines well with sweet vanilla oak aromas. Ideal wine for Indian spicy dishes or a well matured steak.
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This block is one of the highest on Diamant Farm in Paarl - steep vineyards planted in decomposed Granite soils amongst granite boulders. The block is harvest by hand and the grapes used for three different handcrafted components. One component was left to ferment on the grape skins (natural fermentation) for 4 days, before pressing and cold fermentation. One component was fermented in barrels naturally and the third was fermented cold in Stainless Steel and left on the gross fermentation lees for 6 months. The components were blended after aging for 10 months. The complexity and versatility of Chenin is celebrated, as this wine shows Chenin in a warm climate with the fruit shining through.
Light straw colour with a green tinge. Layers of fresh stonefruit, tropical fruits and citrus on the nose. Intense fruit on the palate with a dry mineral finish, typical of the skin fermented portion.
The grapes for this wine are a blend from a bush vine vineyard situated Darling. And trellised vineyards in Paarl. The Darling vineyard is approximately 300m above sea level on the west-facing hills outside Darling and was planted on Richter 99 rootstock in 2001 and is dryland farmed. The soil in this vineyard is decomposed granite, which differentiates it from the surrounding vineyards (which are composed mainly of clayheavy oakleaf soils). The Paarl vineyards have all been planted in decomposed granite soils and are irrigated. Both sites deliver expressive fruit from this variety.
Bright, light yellow colour. Complex nose with tropical fruits and peach followed by flinty notes. The palate is rich and broad, reminiscent of the koffieklip soils, with well-balanced acidity from the first picking.
Bloemcool, Fairview, Spice Route Wines
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