Vibrant ruby red colour. Spicy red fruit on the nose with hints of black cherry. Medium bodied palate, with good len...Read more...
Nice smooth red to keep around. Read more
Zesty, medium-bodied red with raspberry, black pepper and plum flavors. Juicy ripe fruit and fresh acidity make this an ideal wine for pairing with... Read more
The 2000 Goats Do Roam Red, a blend of 33% Pinot Noir, 22% Shiraz, 13% Cinsault, 13% Grenache, 10% Carignan, 5% Gamay Noir, and 4% Mourvedre, exhib... Read more
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Nice smooth red to keep around.
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Zesty, medium-bodied red with raspberry, black pepper and plum flavors. Juicy ripe fruit and fresh acidity make this an ideal wine for pairing with a cheese course.
The 2000 Goats Do Roam Red, a blend of 33% Pinot Noir, 22% Shiraz, 13% Cinsault, 13% Grenache, 10% Carignan, 5% Gamay Noir, and 4% Mourvedre, exhibits a beautiful cherry, raspberry, and blackberry nose. Light to medium-bodied, supple, and easy to drink, this is a juicy, spicy cherry and pepper-flavored wine. It is expressive, thirst-quenching, and delicious. Drink it over the next two years. This wine is a superb value.
The fantastic color of this wine is a deep, vibrant purple, while the nose displays ripe juicy red fruits and enticing spice. The palate is chock full of juicy, jammy red fruits. The perfect match for your next barbecue - serve it with barbecued hamburgers and herb grilled steak.
Medium dark red. Slightly baked red fruit flavors of cherry and raspberry. Supple, sweet and very ripe, with good texture and a lightly peppery quality. Nicely chewy and fresh wine, finishing with light, slightly dry tannins. Very good value.
Fresh and open-knit, with red plum and cherry fruit backed by modest toast. A hint of tobacco on the finish. Drink now.
This red blend offers appealing, integrated aromas and flavors of red cherry, plum and pepper. Full in the mouth and displaying smooth tannins, the wine's layered character will pair well with richer meat dishes.
The grapes were harvested from vineyards in Paarl, Pedeberg and Malmesbury. The grapes are mostly sourced from dry-farmed old bush vines. These are mostly vineyards with small cropping levels. The resulting wine has considerable concentration.
Syrah was harvested from trellised vineyards in Paarl, grown on decomposed granite soils. Cinsaut was sourced from two older bush vine sites in Paarl and Agter-Paarl. Mourvèdre is primarily from dryland bush vines in the Swartland, on koffieklip soils. Grenache and Carignan were also from Swartland vineyards. All grapes were harvested fully ripe at between 24 and 26 degrees balling. Grapes were destalked but not crushed and fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks using Rhône yeasts. After primary fermentation the wines were racked off and sent back to tanks for malolactic fermentation. This lasted two to three months. The wine is then lightly sulphured and sent to older barrels for approximately ten months. No new wood is used.
Vibrant ruby red colour. Spicy red fruit on the nose with hints of black cherry. Medium bodied palate, with good length and structure ending in a smooth finish. Flavours of ripe fruit and sweet oak.
|Alcohol: 14%||pH: 3.55|
|Total Acidity: 5.7 grams per liter|
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