Harry Hartman Wine Co., Somesay Syrah 750ml 2019

South Africa, Western Cape
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HarryHartmanWineCo._SomesaySyrah_750ml_2019
R295

Critic Score

93
CE

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'Some say Shiraz, some say Syrah. We don't really care what you call it, so long as you enjoy it as much as we do,' says Harry Hartman Wine Co.
The Somesay Syrah encapsulates both the spirit of the Cederberg and Stellenbosch regions in a display of vivacious red and darker fruit. The knock-on effect of a prolonged drought in the Cape gave rise to reduced yields in the 2019 harvest, delivering smaller berries to impart more intensity in the final wine.

Tasting notes:
'Grapes from Cederberg and Stellenbosch. Partial whole-bunch fermentation. A heady nose of black berries, violets, incense, earth and spice. The palate has good depth of fruit and smooth tannins with a gently savoury finish. It’s power-packed and quite polished despite a modest alcohol of 13.5%.' – Christian Eedes, Winemag.co.za, 93/100

'Youthful with a genteel floral aroma, trailed by secondary notes of warm patisserie. Mouth-filling plum and mulberry fruit persist with hints of salted dark chocolate and a savoury edge of thyme and cedar. Polished tannin and soft acidity make this a versatile wine with lighter meat and creamy dishes.' – Winemaker

Alc: 13.9% | RS: 1.8 g/L | TA: 5.0 g/L | PH: 3.76

About Harry Hartman Wine Co.:
Harry Hartman Wine Co. is a collaboration between friends who all share a passion for wine. Their aim is to create small batch, unique wines which are reflective of their terroir and the people involved in the winemaking process.
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Alcohol 13.9%
Technical analysis RS: 1.8 g/L | TA: 5.0 g/L | PH: 3.76
Variety Shiraz / Syrah
Blend information 100% Shiraz / Syrah
Rating CE 93
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Producer information Harry Hartman Wine Co. is a collaboration between friends who all share a passion for wine. Their aim is to create small batch, unique wines which are reflective of their terroir and the people involved in the winemaking process.
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