Full disclosure, I drank a bottle of this on my honeymoon in one of the more beautiful places in this beautiful country so it was always going to score well, but those minor details aside, it’s a fantastic drop. Smoother than I was on my honeymoon.
Deep, rich and fragrant like a well-bathed philosopher who just won the lotto. I’m sure Lourensford used to sell older wines than this. Its a shame they dont because this would certainly age well, but I’m impatient.
Well put together, smooth and functional. Much like a silk tractor, but with a bit more class. Silk tractor driven by Liz Hurley maybe?
Comparing this to the higher end SMVs is like comparing a Ferrari to a skateboard, but if you need something cost efficient and cool, you take the board every time (and unlike a skateboard you can be seen with this wine past your 20s without looking foolish, Tony Hawk aside). Had this with medium curries […]
Wood chips and Liver Sausage. Under-scored because Spier get too much love.