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Three white and three red!
But with fantastic depth and real spice on the palate. It does everything you would expect from an Alvarinho: a fresh, vibrant profile of grape variety.
The gentle rich mineral touch on the finish! It brings us back to the southern burgundy region, birth land of chardonnay.
The serranova is clear throughout with very intense ruby red. Pulpy red fruits, stone fruit such as black cherry, prune, and wild blackberry, spiced with green pepper and leather accents.
This is what wine is meant to be. An epic and expressive bouquet and a mouth full of black fruits and chocolate. It’s full bodied and never understated.
It's a superb wine, with big fruit flavours, sweet tannins, backbone and structure. It's full in the mouth and wonderfully smooth with great overall balance.
The Viognier is grown in a single vineyard, South Westerly slope about 6 km from False bay which enjoys a cool Atlantic breeze.