Bordeaux Style Blend - Reminiscent of a footpath bordered by Cape Fynbos, the wine unleashes a refreshing fragrance of sun-baked-slate, ripe black fruit and a peppery perfume of lavender and buchu.
On the palate, well-integrated oak and the velvety richness of berry compote-like fruit ensure a rounded texture. Garigue aromas persist with fresh acidity, supple tannins and a lingering aftertaste of dark, sea salt chocolate.
| Cabernet Sauvignon 64% | Petit Verdot 21% | Merlot 8% | Cabernet Franc 7% |
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Medium-plus intensity Primary aromas: violets, lavender, dried rose petals, potpourri, blackberry, mulberry, blackcurrant, plum, cool-slate, capsicum, tomato leaf, garigue, black pepper. Secondary: dark chocolate shavings, cloves, charry nectarine. Tertiary: subtle and more perfumed than development: forest floor, tobacco, leather.
Dry, medium acidity, medium-plus fun grained tannin, high alcohol, medium-plus body, flavour characteristics of plum, pepper, slate, salt, bitter chocolate, blackcurrant leaf persists, bitterness to the finish, medium-plus finish.
Tongai Joseph Dhafana is a refugee turned winemaker, an award-winning Sommelier, a philanthropist, Mosi Wines and Spirits owner, and a wine judge.
He believes that sweat is sweet and determination breeds success but he will never forget his roots. He believes that giving back is a sign of a well-raised human being. Joseph attended the University of Cape Town and holds a Wine Judging certificate (CMS), Introductory certificate (WSET), and a Level 2 certificate (SASA).
He captained team Zimbabwe for World Blind Tasting Championships in 2017 and 2018. Joseph participated and came third in the Best Wine Taster awards in South Africa in 2015 and booked his spot to participate in the World Cup for team South Africa.