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A distinct flinty note is prominent on the nose followed by red berries and floral nuances. The wine shows a lot of finesse and elegance. It can be enjoyed with a variety of dishes but should pair well with wild boar or lamb with Provençal herbs.


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Originally from Spain and named after the Spanish city Murviedro, Mourvèdre is known as the signature varietal in France`s Bandol region and also used in the Languedoc and Southern Rhone as part of their red blends. It is a later ripening varietal that enjoys, dry, warm and sunny conditions. For this reason, our Mourvèdre is planted as bush vines to get the heat units from the earth when temperatures drop in the evenings. It is also a wind-resistant vine, making it unnecessary for us to trellis on supporting wires, as we do with our windswept sauvignon blanc vines, for example. We use organic and biodynamic methods and adhere to Old World, sustainable practices in our vineyards to ensure that the vines are nourished and in balance. Our soils are free of chemicals and are kept healthy by using plant extracts, fungi and bacteria from our own organic compost.

Additional Information

Country Of Origin South Africa
Region Stellenbosch
Type Red
Producer Waterkloof