Boet Erasmus 2010

Our top red wine from Vrede en Lust, named after Dana and Etienne’s late grandfather. He was a long term Vice President of the International Rugby Board, played a major role in their lives.

This wine is an elegant Bordeaux blend, incorporating the classical varietals and showcasing abundant fruit, perfectly balanced with the French oak used during maturation.

Awards:

  • IWSC 2013 - Silver medal winner

Tasting Notes

Dominant dark berry aromas, followed by pencil shavings and cedar on the nose. Layers of flavours with clean lines. A wonderful balance between the elegance of the wine, oak and the purity of the fruit.

Winemaker Notes

Cultivars are picked at optimal ripeness and fermented in Stainless steel tanks, with a portion completing malolactic fermentation in 225L oak barrels. The wine is matured in French oak (35% new) for 16-18 months. Bottled under Stelvin and natural cork closures.

Cultivars

54% Cabernet Sauvignon, 38% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot , 3% Malbec

Winemaker

Susan Erasmus with Ansone Stoffberg

Wine of Origin

Simonsberg-Paarl

Aging Potential

Drink Now or through to 2020

Wine Specifications

Alcohol 14 TA 5.6 g/L
Residual Sugar 2.7 g/L PH 3.58

Food Pairing

Beef fillet, rump & sirloin steak as well as meat dishes paired with rich sauces. Also pairs well with a range of mature and rich cheeses.

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