Saturday December 14, 2019

To try, buy and put by

19th May, 2019

This wine has one of the most evocative bouquets, especially for Irish people of a certain age. As you put your nose over this glass, you will be transported back to Grafton Street in the early 1990s, in front of the entrance of Bewleys, with its giant coffee roaster which pulsed heavy, musky coffee perfume mixed with warm, yeasty brioche notes. You could eat the air. That is what Diemersfontein Pinotage exudes, then a freshness,...

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