Plum & cotton candy nose. Then grapefruit??? Obnoxious at first, but it grows on you.
Plum nose. Good stuff.
3. 2006 Indaba Pinotage – South Africa – Color: garnet, Nose: a little oakiness, Taste: velvety, very oaky, medium to light tannins, nice long finish Lamarr: A- (it’s got the velvetiness of a Pinot Noir, but more going on, Megan: “it’s got that South Africa thing going on,” an astute observation, I can taste the leather, tobacco, pepperiness in it) Alastor: “It feels like it’s eating my nostrils from the inside out.” (I guess he’s not a fan[?])
2nd Day Addendum: Digusting, smelled like a wet gym bag left to fester for two days. Could not drink,
color-red/black; nose - mineral & black cherry; mouth-light spice & cola; finish - medium buy it drink it
External Reviews for Indaba Pinotage
Wine Tasting NotesThis is a noticeably juicy style with in tense dark berry fruits accompanied by ripe banana nuances. A pleasant mid-palate with subtle fruit tannins, which give a long lingering finish.
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