limited stock Neil Ellis

Piekenierskloof Grenache

Avg. 0 - 0 Ratings Rate this
standard courier: 3 working days

Sold by: Neil Ellis

R 320

Ready to ship   available X 56

750 ml (Standard)



100% Grenache


South Africa


There are currently no ratings available.


14.00% alc vol Sugar g/l: 2.6
Type: Red Wine Cellaring Potential: 5 yrs
Origin: Swartland Appellation: Piekenierskloof

Tasting Notes:

Bright ruby colour. Vibrant red fruit with spicy peppery aromas which flows on to the palate. The palate has a lovely freshness, great length and fine grippy tannins. The wine is ever evolving in the glass.

Black Pepper
Black Pepper

Red Cherry
Red Cherry



These limited release wines demonstrate the distinctiveness of specific vineyard sites and represent our finest quality. The mountain vineyards of Piekenierskloof are known to produce outstanding Grenache.

This wine was sourced from bush vines that were planted in 1954 in the Piekenierskloof. The soils are Table Mountain sandstone.

Fermentation initiated in stainless tanks and underwent a series of punch downs before completion of fermentation and malolactic fermentation in the barrel.

This wine spent 19 months on 20% new, 20% 2nd , 60% older 500ℓ barrels.

Food pairing

Seafood, red meats and even spicy dishes.

Beef Tuna Spicy Food Seafood
 Selected for you 
 BEST sellers 


0 Ratings

To rate this wine, please login

Top Comments

We recommend


Port2Port is a fine wine marketplace and online wine shop; offering a vast selection of the best wines available, including rare vintages, special cases and fine spirits. Once you place your order online, we ship directly from the source, ensuring optimum cellaring conditions and guaranteed provenance.

For any order-related, product-listing or general enquiries, please feel free to contact us at 021-422-1872, e-mail or select the live chat tab in the bottom-right corner of your screen to speak directly to one of our consultants.

Wine-Searcher - Gold 2017 - Gold 2018

Port2Port Wine News

Sign-up to receive our Newsletter and join the great wine debate.