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The Raptor Post Red

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R 110

Ready to ship   available 60 + Sold only in multiples of 6 Bottles

750 ml (Standard)

2016


Cultivar:

50% Grenache, 39% Syrah, 11% Mourvedre

Country:

South Africa

Rating:

90 Points - Tim Atkin

Specifications:

13.42% alc vol Sugar g/l: 1.78
Type: Red Blend, Red Wine Cellaring Potential: 5 yrs+
Origin: Western Cape Appellation: Coastal

Tasting Notes:

A Southern Rhône style red wine

Black Olive
Black Olive

Blueberry
Blueberry

Plum
Plum

Strawberry
Strawberry

We believe in a diversified farm system promoting both stability and fertility. As part of this system we have integrated animals onto the farm. We have a herd of indigenous Nguni cattle, Merino sheep and a few unruly pigs.

All the fruit is Hand harvested and cooled overnight in the cold room.

Natural fermentation takes place in concrete open top fermenters with a small portion of whole cluster fermentation. Daily punch downs and after a 14 day fermentation the wine is basket pressed.

Maturation takes place in 500l barrels over 12 months. No new oak, only second fill barrels and older. French Oak,

Food pairing

Beef Lamb Pork Poultry
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