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Pinotage is a red wine grape that is almost exclusive to South Africa, although many South Africans shun the variety because of its polarizing, 'un-European' flavor profile and the care it requires both in the vineyard and the winery.
Created in Stellenbosch in 1925, Pinotage is a crossing of Pinot Noir and Cinsaut. The 'Pinot' half of the name was given priority because of the prestige associated with Burgundy's great red grape. The 'age' part was taken from the end of Hermitage, one of several local names for Cinsaut; its position a ... more
Stellenbosch is perhaps South Africa’s most famous wine-producing region. Located just 25 miles (40km) east of Cape Town, the town is steeped in history and is home to the country’s most well known wine estates. Cabernet Sauvignon is the region’s most prized grape variety, often found along with Merlot as part of a Bordeaux Blend.
Stellenbosch occupies the area immediately east of Cape Town. Simonsberg Mountain in the north separates it from Paarl, while the Hottentot Hollands Mountain range on the eastern side separates it from Walker Bay. False Bay lies roughly 12 miles (20km) south ... more
The Coastal Region is a significant wine-producing area in the Western Cape that forms the heart of the South African wine industry. Stretching from Darling in the north to Cape Point and Constantia in the south, and to Stellenbosch and Paarl in the east, it accounts for nearly half of all the area under vine in South Africa.... more
|Other wines from this producer:|
|Beyerskloof Pinotage, Stellenbosch|
|Beyerskloof Reserve Pinotage, Stellenbosch|
|Beyerskloof 'Field Blend' Cabernet Sauvignon - Merlot, Stellenbosch|
|Beyerskloof Pinotage Rose, Stellenbosch|
|Beyerskloof Bouwland Pinotage, Stellenbosch|
|Beyerskloof Bouwland Cabernet Sauvignon - Merlot, Stellenbosch|