Die Waghuis Red 2019

Lively and rich with ripe fruit flavours elegantly supported by soft tannins.

VARIETALS: Grenache 44% Shiraz 27% Mourvedre 25% Verdelho 4%


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Tasting Notes

COLOUR Vibrant with youthful nuances.

NOSE: No obvious varietal dominance. Ripe cherry and subtle plum fruit combine with layers of jasmine, cinnamon and warm, oaky leather.

PALATE: Lively and rich with the ripe fruit flavours elegantly supported by soft waves of tannin. Well balanced with a lingering aftertaste.

WOOD MATURATION: The blend was aged in second-fill Sylvain Reserve Bordeaux 225-litre barrels for 14 months.

Fact Sheet

Winemaker's Notes

The historic Die Waghuis – or Guard House – on the foothills of the scenic Piketberg Mountain was erected in the 18th Century to serve as a lookout post and stands as an icon of South Africa’s rich and eventful history.

The vineyards were planted in 2012 on south-facing slopes with a unique row direction of east to south-west. The soils are mainly of terra-rossa  formation  with  a  high  percentage  of  shale,  providing a well-drained, cool environment for the roots to flourish. The bushvine Grenache is planted at the top of the hill with the trellised Shiraz and Mouvedre lower down. 

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