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Our Pinot Noir was planted in 1997 on a rock infested outcrop, too steep for tractors or other implements, so all the tending needs to be done by hand. The extreme density of 9000 vines per hectare and the scarcity of soil between the abundant rocks results in a vineyard yielding only a few bunches per year.R195.00
Nose: Licorice, sea shells, forest floor.R115.00
Pallet: Full round with lingering mouth feel.
Nose: Rose petals and fresh strawberries.
Pallet: Fresh, with enough structure to leave a long-lasting aftertaste.
The Pinot Noir shows upfront fruit flavours of raspberries and cranberries, with earthy tones and cherry on the palate and aftertasteR60.00
Alluring nose showing red cherries and forest floor notes, following though with a rich and full palate possessing a core of dark fruit with soft fruity tannins.R110.00
The FAT bastard Pinot Noir RosÃ© is delicate, in that full-bodied way.
The Pinot Noir grapes harvested from the limestone rich soils in the beautiful Robertson valley are gently cold-pressed to extract some colour from the skins of the grapes. This ensures the salmon pink tint that makes rosÃ© wines unique.
Our Pinot Noir RosÃ© has a sweet strawberry aroma with underlying floral notes. It is smooth but with a characteristic FAT bastard pep. To be enjoyed chilled on any sunny day.R71.00
WINEMAKERS COMMENTS A purple tint on the rim with delicious flavours of ripe strawberry and rich red cherry. Produced in an early drinking style with a soft smooth finish. Enjoy now with roast beef, guinea fowl, roast chicken, stews, lamb, pizza and pasta.R52.00
It is made from carefully selected grapes from the ultra-ripe harvest to produce a wine with an intense fruit flavour.
The result is delicious; a joyous ruby colour with notes of strawberry and gentle spice, a hint of earthiness with a well-defined structure, and an elegant finish.
The Fat Bastard Pinot Noir simply lives life to the full.R92.00
The soft, velvety cherry and earthy flavours on the nose of this wine lingers on the palate. Smooth tannins through careful oak maturation make this a well balanced wine. The grapes were handpicked. A difficult vine to grow, but ideally suited to the lime-rich soil of the Lordâ€™s terroir.R150.00
This purple-red wine features some delicate hints of vanilla (from the oak) and a rich earthy and leathery nose. The flavours follow through on the palate to a lingering and long finish.
The wine has greatcomplexity with a delicate integration of the oak, which give the wine extra dimension.R180.00