limited stock Thelema

Vin De Hel Late Harvest

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R 135

Ready to ship   available2 60 + Sold only in multiples of 6 Bottles

375 ml (Demi or Half)

2016


Cultivar:

100% Muscat de Frontignan

Country:

South Africa

Rating:

93 Points - Tim Atkin

Specifications:

12.00% alc vol Sugar g/l: 131.2
Type: Dessert Cellaring Potential: 10 yrs
Origin: Stellenbosch Appellation: Stellenbosch

Tasting Notes:

A golden dessert wine with very typical Muscat characters on the nose. The wine shows upfront aromas of pineapple, citrus, apricots, a touch of honey and subtle floral notes. The palate is lush with the perfect balance between sweetness and fresh acidity.

Citrus
Citrus

Apricot
Apricot

Pineapple
Pineapple

Honey
Honey

An icon in the South African wine landscape, Thelema was recently rated one of the world's top 100 estates.

2016 was generally a warm and dry vintage, an exceptionally dry winter followed by a warm and windy January resulted in decreased crop levels among all varietals.

De-stalked, crushed and allowed to ferment for 24 hours on the skins. The fermenting must went through a very slow three hour press cycle and the turbid juice carried on fermentation in stainless steel tanks.

Food pairing

Enjoy with dessert or some hand crafted cheeses.

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