“Passetoutgrain is, as its name suggests, a blend of two grape varieties: Gamay and Pinot Noir, which generally represent around a third of the total. The composition of our Bourgogne Passetoutgrain is rather evenly distributed between the two grape varieties. It is a “simple” wine, unpretentious, but elaborated with care, and which is always easily approachable. It is a typically Burgundian appellation that we are keen to promote.” Winemaker’s notes
Interesting herbaceous profile, showing earthy, crushed leaf components and even agave, but without any green, bitter elements. The palate is broad, with red fruited accessibility, and the property’s signature structure and firm tannins. Medium bodied.
Steytler Vision 2020, "Just over half Pinotage with 48% Cabernet Sauvignon and 1% Merlot, the 2020 Steytler Vision Cape Blend is juicy, ripe and spicy with a generous and focused nose, with rich and round dark fruit essences that waft from the glass. This fantastic red blend overdelivers and is made in limited quantities. Collectors of generously layered and oak-driven red wines should take note of this juicy and impressive red blend. Its delightfully layered and succulent juicy fruit tones beg me back for more. Bravo!" - Anthony Mueller, The Wine Advocate
BLANKbottle Confessions of a White Glove Chaser 2020, "The first time Pieter Walser saw the farm where he buys these grapes, they were being picked by people wearing white gloves for a brand called 4G. Hence the name. Textured and perfumed, it's very much a Cabernet Franc-based style, with 36% Cabernet Sauvignon and 9% Merlot for support. Graphite, bramble and black cherry flavours complete the palate." - Tim Atkin MW