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Chamonix Pinot Noir Reserve 2014 750ml

Rated 91 - Good medium red. Slightly medicinal scents of crushed cherry, raspberry, licorice, spices and menthol, plus a hint of smoked meat. Shows...
91VM
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Chamonix Pinotage Greywacke 2013 750ml

Rated 94 - An unusual red that combines carbonic maceration with dried-on-the-vine grapes to produce something that tastes like a Pinotage crossed...
94DC
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Kanonkop Pinotage 2016 750ml

Rated 93 - Intense but really attractive notes of ripe stems, blackberry crumble, incense, jasmine, pressed violets, bark and ivy extract. The...
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91VM
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Simonsig Pinotage 2016 750ml

Rated 90 - A dense, superconcentrated pinotage, this grows in the ruddy deomposed-shale soils of the Redhill vineyard. Fifteen months in oak...
90W&S
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750ml Pinotage

Pinotage is the signature grape varietal of South Africa, and is the most widely grown grape in the country, as well as being common in several other countries around the world. It is a viticultural cross of two fine grape varietals, the Pinot Noir and the Cinsaut (known as Hermitage in South Africa, hence the portmanteau name), and is notable for the fact that it produces excellent and flavorful wines of a deep red color The flavors most commonly associated with Pinotage wines are generally smoky in nature, with notes ranging from dark bramble fruits, to plum, mulberry and earthy characteristics. However, it often also includes quite tropical flavors of stewed banana. The Pinotage varietal is a versatile one, and is often used for producing fortified and sparkling wines, as well as the more common still red wines.