SOMESAY 2022 | Syrah

R 360.00

Syrah | Shiraz 

It seems there is some confusion as to whether it is Shiraz or Syrah. It is in fact the same grape varietal, a different style. Some say Shiraz, some say Syrah, we don’t really mind what you call it, as long as you enjoy it as much as we do. 

Somesay 2022 has smooth tannins, soft acidity with fruit that follows the nose. This Cape wine is medium bodied and shy, but elegant that follows more of a European style with gentle oak influence that exudes ripe mulberry and blueberry aromas. Exotic spices of cinnamon and vanilla are also found on the nose. Earthly tones of leather and black pepper give the wine a classic, elegant, soft, balanced finish.

Enjoy over the next few years, slightly chilled. 


International Sales

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Somesay 2022 is a syrah blend that is more European in style

The discerning use of oak adds a more European style than the previous Somesay vintages. This wine has an amalgamation of fruit aromas and flavour that take the lead to create depth and character. Simple and not complex, this syrah blend is thin to medium bodied with a straightforward entry.

The fourth vintage of Somesay, unveiling new paths and simplicity.


This wine is dark with plum, ruby colour. It has a medium intensity that is clear and clean in appearance.


Somesay 2022 is shy, but has an array of aromas, including pepper and dark fruits of plum, mulberry and blueberry. More aromas of vanilla, leather notes and cinnamon keep it simple and not complex.


This wine has a straightforward entry with smooth tannins, soft acidity and fruity flavours that follow the nose. Thin to medium bodied, Somesay 2022, is shy but elegant, with a more European style and a beautiful oak influence.

Some say Shiraz, some say Syrah.

We don’t really care what you call it, as long as you enjoy it as much as we do.

Syrah is known to perform well across the diverse wine regions of South Africa, offering the robust fruit expression of a typical Shiraz or the genteel savouriness of a Syrah.