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2017 little eagle red, eagle’s nest, constantia

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The 2017 Little Eagle Red, Eagle’s Nest is shiraz dominated. This wine offers beautiful spicy tones on the nose, complemented by ripe red fruit. On the palate, the red fruit and spice flavours are further balanced by smoky, savoury notes. The palate shows delicious freshness leading to a structured feel with soft, integrated tannins.

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