A little different red. Not for everybody. People like it or they don't. Goes good with barbecued red meat. Doesn't go down easily but it won't bite. I love it but always warn my friends before serving it.
A bit racier in its acidity than most pinotage---and an astounding bargain ($3.99 at my local Trader Joe's). Bright berry, with decent structure. WIne is put through microoxygenation, though--so let it set for a minute or two after opening, and it'll come aright.
Three and a half glasses
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