The 2018 Cabernet/Shiraz, Hartenberg is a vivid purple/red colour, with ripe berry fruits on the nose and hints of forest floor entwined with sweet spice. The palate reveals plenty of vibrant red fruit courtesy of the Cabernet Sauvignon alongside typical black pepper spice from the Shiraz. There’s plenty of juicy, crunchy fruit, soft gentle tannins and a velvety, elegant finish.
Established in 1692, Hartenberg Estate is one of South Africa`s oldest wineries and has one of the most respected winemakers in the Western Cape at its helm, Carl Schultz. Carl has been in residence at Hartenberg and making these wines for over 20 years now. A quiet, gentle man, Carl has a deep connection to the terroir as well as an uncompromising commitment to quality. His wines are consistently pure, elegant and terroir-driven.
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