All cultivars were fermented separately in open punch down tanks. The fermentation temperatures hovered around 26* C peaking at 28* C. Regular pump overs and punch downs helped with extracting intense colour and soft, pliable tannins. After fermentation the wine was pressed and racked to French oak barrels. The different components were aged for 16 months before blending.
Zevenwacht The Tin Mine Red
Purple red in colour, with the nose that exudes aromas of violets, dried spices and concentrated black prunes with a slow release of red cranberry and dark chocolate. The palate impresses with density on entry matched with persistent yet supple tannins - a multi layered wine. This texture is perfectly offset by balanced acidity that allows for a remarkable length of finish.