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Rich and full bodied with a generous core of dark berry fruit. A well-balanced wine with firm tannins. Luscious, smooth texture with evocative spice from French oak aging on aftertaste. An excellent pairing with red roasted poultry, and cheese. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.
The Vineyards are called De Slange Rivier (Serpent river) and was founded by French Huguenot Louis Fourie in 1699, land granted by Cape Governor Adriaan Van Der Stel. 84 Hectares under vine nestling on the high slopes of the Groenberg Mountain, Wellington District with sweeping views across to Table Mountain.
Deep mocha/chocolate aromas accompanied by red berries on the nose. Full bodied, plummy pallet with a strawberry finish aftertaste. A well balanced wine.
Linton Park Wines
380 meters above sea level
12 months on French oak barrel