Cape Elements

$17.95 aud

From the South East, the wind they call the Cape Doctor. From the Antarctic, winter rain. A soil that nurtures character. The burning African sun. Wind. Water. Earth. Fire. The ancient elements. An elegant blend of Shiraz 44%, Cinsault 36% and Grenache 20% presenting soft tannins and lots of fruit. Spicy with a complex aftertaste. Partly wood matured.

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