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Neethlingshof the Owl Post Pinotage indulges with aromas of ripe fruits and banana with a hint of vanilla. On the palate develops a velvety mouth feel.
The Wine in DetailThe Neethlingshof The Owl Post Pinotage flows with a dark red colour into the glass. The bouquet gives off the scent of bananas and ripe fruits. In the background, beautiful notes of vanilla can be detected. On the palate, the red wine is velvety and full-bodied, tastes of fruit and vanilla and offers the highest drinking pleasure. By the way: The red wine owes its name to the owls which live in the vineyards and remove the vermin in a natural way.Goes with ...The Neethlingshof The Owl Post Pinotage goes very well with dishes with pike, wild duck or venison. Recommended is also the combination with roast beef. Another serving suggestion is the interplay with stew or bakes.Grape VarietyThe vine of the Neethlingshof The Owl Post Pinotage originated at the beginning of the twentieth century through a cross of Pinot Noir and Cinsault. Professor Isak Perold succeeded in uniting the robustness of Cinsaut with the taste of Pinot Noir. The first stands for fragrant, spicy, light coloured wines. The latter belongs to the most important red grapes worldwide and delivers soft, velvety red wines with fruity aromas. Pinotage unites these features in only one grape.The WineryThe winery Neethlingshof is situated in the famous wine region Stellenbosch. Through the sustainable way of treating nature and good climatic conditions, the estate’s vines can grow and ripen optimally. Centuries of experience in wine production makes for the high quality of wines such as the Neethlingshof The Owl Post Pinotage.StorageThe Neethlingshof The Owl Post Pinotage ripened in French and Hungarian Oak barrels for fifteen month. This wine is enjoyable already today but it is also storable in the wine cellar for some years because it will keep its aromas for a long time.
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