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Meerlust Red

Aromas of lovely fresh blackcurrant leaf, plum and a bit of cherry backed up by denser richer notes of coffee and cedar wood. The palate is reminiscent of left bank Bordeaux. This was first made in 2003 and represents the second wine of this estate; it’s effectively a ‘Baby Rubicon’.

Country: South Africa

Product Type: Wine

Wine Colour: Red

Grape: Red Blend

Volume: 75cl

Product Code: 117

Producer Profile

Long recognised for producing premium wines, Meerlust Estate has been the pride of the Myburgh family since 1756. Today, the dedication to the art of winemaking continues under the guidance of Hannes Myburgh, 8th generation custodian of this 17th Century national monument.

The first owner of the property, a German immigrant named Henning Huising, recognised the beauty and potential of the farm and settled there in 1693. He named his new-found home Meerlust, meaning ‘pleasure of the sea’, as the manor house sits on a granite outcrop only 5km from False Bay (15km south of Stellenbosch), and in the warm summer months the vineyards are refreshed by ocean breezes and evening mists which roll in from the coast. The grapes ripen slowly, thereby achieving full, concentrated varietal flavours.

£16.99

Decoration

Meerlust Red

Aromas of lovely fresh blackcurrant leaf, plum and a bit of cherry backed up by denser richer notes of coffee and cedar wood. The palate is reminiscent of left bank Bordeaux. This was first made in 2003 and represents the second wine of this estate; it’s effectively a ‘Baby Rubicon’.

Country: South Africa

Product Type: Wine

Wine Colour: Red

Grape: Red Blend

Volume: 75cl

Product Code: 117

Producer Profile

Long recognised for producing premium wines, Meerlust Estate has been the pride of the Myburgh family since 1756. Today, the dedication to the art of winemaking continues under the guidance of Hannes Myburgh, 8th generation custodian of this 17th Century national monument.

The first owner of the property, a German immigrant named Henning Huising, recognised the beauty and potential of the farm and settled there in 1693. He named his new-found home Meerlust, meaning ‘pleasure of the sea’, as the manor house sits on a granite outcrop only 5km from False Bay (15km south of Stellenbosch), and in the warm summer months the vineyards are refreshed by ocean breezes and evening mists which roll in from the coast. The grapes ripen slowly, thereby achieving full, concentrated varietal flavours.

£16.99

Decoration

Meerlust Red

Aromas of lovely fresh blackcurrant leaf, plum and a bit of cherry backed up by denser richer notes of coffee and cedar wood. The palate is reminiscent of left bank Bordeaux. This was first made in 2003 and represents the second wine of this estate; it’s effectively a ‘Baby Rubicon’.

Country: South Africa

Product Type: Wine

Wine Colour: Red

Grape: Red Blend

Volume: 75cl

Product Code: 117

Producer Profile

Long recognised for producing premium wines, Meerlust Estate has been the pride of the Myburgh family since 1756. Today, the dedication to the art of winemaking continues under the guidance of Hannes Myburgh, 8th generation custodian of this 17th Century national monument.

The first owner of the property, a German immigrant named Henning Huising, recognised the beauty and potential of the farm and settled there in 1693. He named his new-found home Meerlust, meaning ‘pleasure of the sea’, as the manor house sits on a granite outcrop only 5km from False Bay (15km south of Stellenbosch), and in the warm summer months the vineyards are refreshed by ocean breezes and evening mists which roll in from the coast. The grapes ripen slowly, thereby achieving full, concentrated varietal flavours.

£16.99

Decoration

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