The red wine on everyone’s lips: Seriously Old Dirt

Yes, we are serious about dirt – old dirt.

The traditional South African vineyard areas are located mainly along the coastal zone and toward certain inland areas of the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The soil in these areas has been identified as some of the oldest wine-growing soils on earth.

Soil is what gives the vine, its grapes, and the resulting wine a uniquely defined personality. The Cape Winelands of South Africa have some of the oldest soils in the world, originating one billion years ago when the earth cracked up at the foot of the continent Africa. This is serious, so are we!

This delectable red blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and a splash of Malbec unfolds in your glass with fresh plum, black raspberry, mulberry, and ripe strawberry. These fruits are beautifully intertwined with subtle spicey notes of shaved nutmeg and dried sage. Sipping this wine is smooth and luxurious with a silky texture, allowing immediate enjoyment.

Share with friends and family and enjoy seriously good times.