Grenache Noir 2018

Grenache is a wonderful grape. Called Garnacha in its’ native Spain, it ripens late, making it perfect for warmer climates like South Africa’s. But none of this explains the label. “The Flying Pig” was the name we were going to give to the first Wine Bar we opened. Those plans are still on the cards. While ‘When Pigs Fly’ is a phrase used to mark the happening of something that might or might not happen because it’s so unlikely.  Which sort of explains our Grenache Noir. Surprising, exciting, and impossibly delicious.


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Acohol % Vol – 13 %

Total Acid – 5.7 g/L

Residual Sugar – 3.4 g/L

pH – 3.43

Oaking – 100% Barrel ferment in French Oak Barrels for 8 months, with 10% of new wood used.

Wine of Origin – Western Cape

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