Angus Paul ‘Transient Lands’ Paul Pinotage 2020
Amongst bright red fruit a distinct black tea element extends upward, suggesting a development of turned-earth further down the line. Some purple fruit, notes of violet sweets and ripe cherries also mingle with the primary berry characters. On the palate, the wine is of medium body, though boasts a well proportioned structure that sits on the front of the tongue. The black tea note chimes again as the wine finishes, with a surprising creaminess.
Though Pinotage is born of two grapes known for delicacy, stylistically it is usually geared toward power. This bottling shows a more classic interpretation, one that required no manipulation or box-squeezing to achieve. Winemaker – Angus Paul
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