BLANKbottle, Air Carrots of Pagnol 750ml 2018

South Africa, Western Cape
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R235

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Tasting notes:
A blend of Grenache blanc from Paarl/Swartland and Wellington and Grenache Gris

'Named after the Pagnol, the author of the novel ‘Manon des Sources’. Using Grenache Blanc from Wellington and Swartland with a dash Grenache Gris, Pieter’s instinctive winemaking introduced a component of skin contact – essential to the layered nature of this fuller, fleshier white with poised stone fruit to end. Once again, delicious!' – James Pietersen (October 2019)

Alc: 14% | RS: 3.26 g/L | TA: 4.48 g/L | PH: 3.42

About BLANKbottle:
Pieter Walser is one of the most innovative winemakers in the world, and is the producer of some of SA’s most coveted wines that you’ve probably never tasted. Within BLANKbottle there are no 2 wines alike and about 30% of the wines are once-off limited editions. Pieter crafts unique wine blends, picking about 35 grape varieties from 60 vineyards around the Cape. Each of his wines is bottled and labelled according to the unique story behind it. The main aim of BLANKbottle wines is to provide an honest, personal taste with no preconceived expectations that come with certain vintages or styles.
More Information
Alcohol 14%
Technical analysis RS: 3.26 g/L | TA: 4.48 g/L | PH: 3.42
Variety Blend
Blend information Grenache Blanc and Grenache Gris
Winemaker Pieter Walser
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Producer information Pieter Walser is one of the most innovative winemakers in the world, and is the producer of some of SA's most coveted wines that you've probably never tasted. Within BLANKbottle there are no 2 wines alike and about 30% of the wines are once-off limited editions. Pieter crafts unique wine blends, picking about 35 grape varieties from 60 vineyards around the Cape. Each of his wines is bottled and labelled according to the unique story behind it. The main aim of BLANKbottle wines is to provide an honest, personal taste with no preconceived expectations that come with certain vintages or styles.
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