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False Bay Syrah 2018

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One Line Description South African False Bay Syrah Shiraz in the French style with wild yeast and wood aging
Production Method Conventional
Country South Africa South African
Region Stellenbosch, SA
Producer False Bay
Vintage 2018
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Full bodied
Grape Blend 100% Syrah/ Shiraz
Alcohol 13.5% abv
Natural Features Vegan


An old school style Syrah made with wild yeast and fermented in Foudre. Ripe dark fruits with delicate tannins and a long ripe and rich finish. Dark plum in colour and flavour. Definitely a Homage to the French style of Syrah from Boutinot's ancestral lands.

The Waterkloof estate was founded in 2004, ending Paul Boutinot’s (of the epynomous importing business based in Gatley, Manchester!) persistent and uncompromising 10 year search for a vineyard site with the potential to produce truly fine wine with a defining sense of origin. Respect for nature, traditional wine making practices and minimal intervention are all key to their success. Named after South Africa’s most iconic bay, which frames much of the country’s premium winelands, False Bay Vineyards was borne out of a desire to make ‘real’ wine affordable. The wines of False Bay are sourced from coastal vineyards that are cultivated using sustainable viticulture, often hand picked, and undergo natural fermentation, which is rare of wines at this price. This range is unbeatable for price/quality ratio.


1Reviews For False Bay Syrah 2018

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    Marion Reynolds28/10/2019

    A delicious wine with special happy memories for us when we stayed in a beautiful house in Simon's Town overlooking False Bay in October just when the Southern Right whales were breaching - such a privelidge to see!!

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