2014 Meerlust Red

Stellenbosch, South Africa

Predominantly Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon with a splash of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. Hand-picked and fermented separately and then into new and seasoned oak. Loads of cassis and florals on the nose, leading to a somewhat medium-bodied palate. Here it shows the cassis again as well as plum, blackberries and dark chocolate. Fantastic with venison or Moroccan style lamb dishes.


  • Style & Food Matching

    Predominantly Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon with a splash of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. Hand-picked and fermented separately and then into new and seasoned oak. Loads of cassis and florals on the nose, leading to a somewhat medium-bodied palate. Here it shows the cassis again as well as plum, blackberries and dark chocolate.

    Fantastic with venison or Moroccan style lamb dishes.

    Tech Notes

    Varietal / Blend: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, a splash of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot (% varies with each vintage)

    Decant: Recommended

    Closure: Cork

    Farming Practices: Conventional

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  • Stellenbosch, South Africa

    Long recognized for producing world-class wines, Meerlust Estate has been the pride of the Myburgh family since 1756. Today, the traditional dedication to the art of winemaking continues under the guidance of Hannes Myburgh, eighth generation custodian of this seventeenth-century national monument. Meerlust, with its historic manor house, classic wine cellar, family cemetery, dovecote and bird sanctuary is situated fifteen kilometers south of Stellenbosch, with the blue crescent of False Bay a mere five kilometers away. Wines are only made from grapes grown on the Estate which is uniquely positioned for the production of wines with exceptional complexity and character.

    In the summertime, ocean breezes and evening mists roll in from the coast to cool the vineyards. The grapes ripen slowly, thus achieving full, concentrated varietal flavours. The soils consist of predominantly deep, well drained Hutton and Clovelly soil types, affording the vines excellent drought resistance and an ideal substrata for producing concentrated, complex wines.

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