Beyerskloof Pinotage Reserve

$45.95
$42.00 aud

Internationally renowned winemaker, Beyers Truter made this full-bodied and complex wine that best represents the indigenous features of Pinotage. The blackberry and cassis flavours are well balanced with the French oak maturation character. It can be enjoyed now, but the richness will develop even further for up to fifteen years. Ideal with venison, red meat and spicy foods.


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