The flowering that takes place each year in semi-desert region of South Africa called Namaqualand and paints the landscape in colours that defy even the most vivid imagination is one of the most spectacular phenomena a person will ever witness. The term Floriography, or the “language of flowers,” was coined in the Victorian era and refers to the practice of communicating with others by sending secret messages coded in the arrangement of particular blooms, Using flowers as symbols allowed individuals to express feelings that could not be spoken aloud.
Grape Varieties: 69% Shiraz, 17% Mourvèdre, 14% Grenache
Region: Western Cape, South Africa
Tasting Notes: A fruit driven blend, filled with ripe plums, raspberry and hints of dark chocolate with smoky nuances leaving a sweet creamy texture. The juicy tannins make this wine approachable and ready to drink but will improve over the next 4 years.
Food Pairing: Pair with Grilled Bermuda Yellowfin Tuna
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