This bold, spicy red is from South Africa, “the most exciting wine producing country on the planet” says Tim Atkin MW. Its wines are also top on value. Dark, spicy Pinotage blends with aromatic Cinsault and juicy Cabernet for satisfying richness.
"Rich, smooth red. Fab bowl of spicy pasta and a glass of this spicy red – happy days!"
Imagine a country that critics say offers “some of the finest value in the world”, picks up the most Trophies two years in a row at the prestigious IWSC Awards, and is described as the most exciting for quality. Yet still customers have been slow to cotton on to South Africa. Here’s your chance to try for yourself with Mind Maze – a terrific new red from Mount Rozier’s winemaker Ben Jordaan. He has meticulously blended three of South Africa’s classic grapes: Cinsault and Cabernet from Robertson, a region renowned for rich, fruit driven wines, and late-harvest Pinotage from Worcester. In a cellar with 250 years of winemaking history he has created a wine with a delicious array of flavours. Perfect for enjoying at a barbecue or steak supper.
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