Easter is coming: we encourage you to make your selection early to ensure you've the right wines to enjoy over the holiday weekend.
This is made from Cinsault fruit from Stellenbosch, and is made in a pale, delicate, provencal style. Wild strawberries and crunchy cherries on the nose give way to a textured, intense palate, that’s simply delicious. This is a wine you can’t stop drinking: from a real star of South Africa. Not to be missed.
The 2019 Break A Leg was picked over three tries through the vineyards. It offers pretty strawberry and rosewater scents, just a little fish oil developing with aeration. The palate is well balanced with fine definition, clean and precise, though I would have liked a little more fruit intensity on the finish.
Farmed to make a Blanc de Noirs style and picked over the space of three weeks, this comes
from a 32-year-old site in Paarl. Subtle, floral and bone dry, it was originally made to pay
some medical bills and has gone on to become one of the Cape's most elegant, refined rosés.
Ready 2023 - 2032
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