Klein Constantia Anwilka Petit Frere 2018

A$45.00

 

A$40.00

Availability
In stock
Volume
750ml
Region/Country
Stellenbosch, South Africa

Description

Petit Frère is the second wine, and little brother, from renowned Stellenbosch property Anwilka, which merged with Klein Constantia Estate in mid-2012. The name is a tribute to Anwilka’s French heritage owed to co-owners Hubert de Boüard and Bruno Prats, both of whom are now shareholders in Klein Constantia and Anwilka. Under their expert guidance, Anwilka is celebrated both locally and internationally for the consistent, superior quality wines it produces.

Based in the Helderberg area of Stellenbosch with views of False Bay, the 40 hectare red wine property is planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Petit Verdot and Malbec. Proximity to sea provides a specific microclimate that, together with the old ferricrete soils, produces rich and focused wines.

Specifications

Closure
Cork
Serving Temp.
14-18 °C
Alcohol
14%
Cellar until
Now
Decanter
Food pairing
The perfect accompaniment to most red meat dishes as well as roast beef and confit duck

Tasting Profile

Nose
Deep ruby in colour. Aromas of red cherries and dark fruit give way to a light oak spice
Palate
Gentle and smooth upon entry, the palate is medium to full bodied with well-structured tannins. The wine is fresh and vibrant concluding with a lengthy finish

Klein Constantia Anwilka Petit Frere 2018

Klein Constantia Anwilka Petit Frere 2018
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