Listen to what food and wine guru Michael Olivier has to say about our Perdeberg Pinotage 2011.
Perdeberg Pinotage 2011:
A deep purple Pinotage with a typical plumy and black berry nose. The intensity of the fruit is carried on to the palate where it fills one’s mouth with juicy tannins and ripe, dark, fruit with hints of vanilla. The aftertaste is long, fruity and very elegant.
Pinotage is well known for being a good food wine and pares with most cuisine types. For me, it’s best to enjoy Pinotage with tomato based dishes, spicy Portuguese dishes, Malian dishes, a tender African steak or just on it’s own.