Pinot Noir Is known as one of the most difficult wines to successfully produce. The grapes thin skin and tight bunch makes it hard to handle in the vineyard and in the cellar. The thin skin of the grape gives wine a light pomegranate red colour
Jakkalsvlei is situated at the foot of the Langeberg Mountain in the southern Cape which is 40km from the Indian Ocean. The farm produces roughly 300 000 liters annually from 50Ha of operating vineyards.
The exclusive Lord Jackal wine range is produced in limited quantities..
Jakkalsvlei Lord Jackal Pinot Noir
The wine is light in body with fine tannins and fresh acidity. The bouquet carries through to the palate with fresh red berries, sour cherry and underlying flavours of dries leaves and a savoury ear thiness.