Franschhoek Cellars Pinotage
The Franschhoek Mountain pass boasts Jan Joubert’s Gat bridge. Built in 1825, this is South Africa’s oldest stone bridge that’s still in use and makes the most magnificent picnic spot immersed in the full splendor of our magnificent valley. As South Africa’s unique variety, our Pinotage is a worthy tribute to this historic landmark.
Dark garnet with a bright purple rim. Generous aromas of black cherries, clove and raspberry leading to a smooth and juicy palate with redolent ripe mulberries and glimmers of spice from gentle oak aging. Finishes with appealing length and savouriness.
Great with spicy sausages, roast lamb, smoked chicken or gammon steaks.