Southern Right, Pinotage 2020 Bottle size: 750ml

South Africa, Walker Bay
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SouthernRight_Pinotage_750ml_2020
R355

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Tasting notes:
'Southern Right is re-defining Pinotage with this intense classically styled, clay-grown wine, packed with complex berry fruit, beautiful tannins and subtle spice. Full ripeness and the longer hang-time afforded by cooler sites, combined with the complex, more classic fruit aromas and structure resulting from clay-rich soil, make this wine a highly individual expression of South Africa’s unique grape variety.' – Winemaker

Alc: 13.1% | RS: 1.9 g/L | TA: 5.1 g/L | PH: 3.67

Tasting notes on the previous 2019 vintage:
'I might be getting older, but is this really the 25th vintage of the Southern Right Pinotage? If so, it's one of the best yet. Part of what Emul Ross calls the "Pinotage renaissance", it's a bright, subtle, red-fruited number with minimal oak, silky tannins and just a hint of supporting oak. Drink 2021-26.' – Tim Atkin MW, SA Special Report 2020, 93/100

About Southern Right:
Southern Right, located on the Western border of Hamilton Russell Vineyards in Hemel-en-Aarde, was founded by Anthony Hamilton Russell in 1994. The 448 hectare property specializes in Pinotage and Sauvignon Blanc. The wines are named after the Southern Right whales, which pass through Walker Bay, just a few kilometres from the vineyards. Southern Right is committed to conservation and each bottle of wine sold contributes to their efforts.
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Technical analysis RS: 1.9 g/L | TA: 5.1 g/L | PH: 3.67
Variety Pinotage
Body Medium-bodied
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Producer information Southern Right, located on the Western border of Hamilton Russell Vineyards in Hemel-en-Aarde, was founded by Anthony Hamilton Russell in 1994. The 448 hectare property specializes in Pinotage and Sauvignon Blanc. The wines are named after the Southern Right whales, which pass through Walker Bay, just a few kilometres from the vineyards. Southern Right is committed to conservation and each bottle of wine sold contributes to their efforts.
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