Kanonkop Red Kanonkop - Pinotage - wine supplier to yachts

Kanonkop - Pinotage

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A complex wine with red fruit flavours. Big, elegant and ripe tannin structures. Will over time show more secondary and forest floor characteristics.


The 2010 Pinotage does not quite have the complexity and personality of the previous vintage despite rigorous coaxing. Perhaps this has closed down in recent months? The palate is medium-bodied with a supple, fleshy, caressing opening. The oak needs another couple of years to fully integrate, and the finish is glitzy but without the tension of the 2009. This is still a very commendable Pinotage however.
Country: South Africa
Region: Stellenbosch
Producer: Kanonkop

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Kanonkop Estate is situated on the lower slopes of the Simonsberg Mountain in the Stellenbosch Region of the Cape and confidently boasts with some of South Africa’s most...

Onshore Cellars - ICONIC Producer

Kanonkop Estate is situated on the lower slopes of the Simonsberg Mountain in the Stellenbosch Region of the Cape and confidently boasts with some of South Africa’s most premium wines.

Kanonkop is a fourth generation family estate, which was originally purchased by JW Sauer, a cabinet member in the parliament of the Union of South Africa. This estate has since then been handed down from father to son forover 40 years and is now in the talented, capable hands of its current owners Paul & Johann Krige.

The name Kanonkop was derived from a kopje (hillock), from which a cannon was fired in the 17th Century to alert farmers in outlying areas that sailing ships plying the waters between Europe and the Far East had entered Table Bay for a stopover at Cape Town.

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