A true firework of aromas

Warwick Three Cape Ladies 2014

Warwick Three Cape Ladies 2014
  • WAR-052014
  • Fruity character with a floral note
  • Pleasant poignancy with well integrated tannins
  • Has already convinced the critics John Platter and Tim Atkin
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Delivery time 2-5 Workdays

18.95  25.27 /l

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The Warwick Three Cape Ladies consist of the three red grape varieties Pinotage (40%), Cabernet...
The Warwick Three Cape Ladies consist of the three red grape varieties Pinotage (40%), Cabernet Sauvignon (30%) and Shiraz (30%) and it impresses the nose with an incredible plenty of aromas. Rose petals and white jasmin make for a floral note whilst blackberries and blackcurrants gives the bouquet its fruity character. On the palate, beautiful fruit nuances reoccur in the form of red berries, supported by spicy white pepper and well integrated tannins, which skilfully round off the Warwick Three Cape Ladies. Try the blend that matured in French oak for 24 months in combination with red meat. As a companion for leg of lamb with rosemary marinade, the red wine is also a true pleasure.

Awards

Jg. 2014
4 John Platter Stars, Robert Parker 88 Points, Tim Atkin 92 Points
Jg. 2013
4 John Platter Stars, Robert Parker 91 Points, Tim Atkin 91 Points

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Name:
Warwick Three Cape Ladies 2014
Article-No.:
WAR-052014
Grape Varieties:
Pinotage (40%), Cabernet Sauvignon (30%), Shiraz (30%)
Vintage:
2014
Winery:
Warwick
Importer:
CAPREO GmbH, D-46562, Voerde
Bottle Cap:
Cork
Price:
18.95 € / bottle à 0,75 l
Filling Quantity:
0,75 l
Alcohol Strength:
14 % Vol.
Acidity:
5,6 g/l
Residual Sugar:
2,9 g/l
Serve at:
16-18 °C
Best before:
2024
In the Cellar:
The wine matured in French Oak barrels for 24 months.
Appellation:
Simonsberg-Stellenbosch
Allergen:
Sulphite

Warwick - A constant of the South African world of wine

Warwick´s origins go back to the year 1771. It received its present name in 1902 after the end of the Second Boer War, when the colonel William Alexander Gordon acquired the winery and named it after his regiment (Warwickshire). For a long time, the Ratcliffe family shaped the history of Warwick, mainly planting Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, and over the years made the winery a constant in the South African world of wine. Meanwhile, Warwick is owned by Charles Marston und Kishore Bopardikar. The investors of Eileses Capital want to extend the worldwide recognition, which the winery already enjoys today. One step into this direction was the purchase of the neighbouring Uitkyk Wine Farm. With that, Warwick now has more than 700 hectares of first-class terroir in Simonsberg-Stellenbosch at its disposal. Best conditions for excellent wines as the Trilogy. The flagship of the winery, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot, is a brilliant Barrique-wine and a guarantor for awards.

Enjoying Warwick-wine in harmony with nature

In the cultivation of its high-quality vines, Warwick focuses on environmental friendliness and sustainability. The winery is a member of the Biodiversity & Wine Initiative and is committed to the protection and maintenance of the unique wildlife at the Cape. Non-indigenous tree species were removed from the terrain and it began to plant 100 to 150 trees a year. Within the last decades the team of Warwick recognized how important the balance between nature and wine production is. Today, four hectares are under conservation. The visitors of Warwick are also given the opportunity to enjoy the nature at the winery – for example at a delicious picnic. Furthermore, the large lawn with its covered seats and trees invites you to relax with a glass of wine.

Warwick is the ideal setting for ceremonial occasions

The outstanding creations of Warwick, which already have won numerous awards, can of course be tasted in the great atmosphere of the Tasting Room – flanked by anecdotes of the history of the winery. Maybe the story of the Wedding Cup is one of them. According to the legend a king promised his daughter Kunigunde to allow her to marry the love of her life, a silversmith, if he were capable of making a cup out of which a couple could drink simultaneously without spilling a drop. Inspired by this prospect, the young silversmith created a sculpture following the image of his princess, who holds a cup that is attached in such a way that this actually succeeds, and was allowed to marry the princess. Even today, the Wedding Cup is a symbol of love for many couples and it is supposed to bring luck when drinking from it together. By the way: With its very special atmosphere the winery is the perfect setting for festivities and many a couple got married here.