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De Toren Fusion V Stellenbosch 2011

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Not yet reviewed; 2010 vintage rated 92 points by Wine Spectator: A dark, ripe, hefty style, with mint, cocoa and anise notes up front, followed by accents of plum sauce, blackberry preserves and fig paste. The fleshy finish drips with rich fruit while the mint note echoes pleasantly. A bit overt in terms of style, but will have fans for sure. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. Drink now through 2017. 600 cases imported.

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De Toren Private Cellar:
In 1994, Emil and Sonette Den Dulk were searching for a special property in the Cape. When they arrived here and looked out at Table Mountain in the West, across False Bay and east to the Stellenbosch mountains, they knew they had found one. Emil and Sonette began a journey to create South Africas first 5 varietal Bordeaux blend with a philosophy of gentle winemaking and detailed vineyard pra... Read more
In 1994, Emil and Sonette Den Dulk were searching for a special property in the Cape. When they arrived here and looked out at Table Mountain in the West, across False Bay and east to the Stellenbosch mountains, they knew they had found one. Emil and Sonette began a journey to create South Africas first 5 varietal Bordeaux blend with a philosophy of gentle winemaking and detailed vineyard practices. Emil can be attributed to creating a true designer wine estate in South Africa.   Read less

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Not yet reviewed; 2010 vintage rated 92 points by Wine Spectator: A dark, ripe, hefty style, with mint, cocoa and anise notes up front, followed by accents of plum sauce, blackberry preserves and fig paste. The fleshy finish drips with rich fruit while the mint note echoes pleasantly. A bit overt in terms of style, but will have fans for sure. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. Drink now through 2017. 600 cases imported.

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