Winemag.co.za is pleased to announce the second annual Signature Red Blend Report, the focus being wines which are distinctive of their originators and draw particular attention in the market place. So-called Rhône-style blends, Cape Blends and all other proprietorial red blends are permissible but Bordeaux-style blends are not
Wines must be certified as South African. All red blends other than those made in the Bordeaux style will be accepted, Bordeaux-style defined as wines made from two or more of the following varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Merlot and Petit Verdot, with all other varieties excluded.
Wines will be tasted blind by a three-person panel consisting of Christian Eedes as chairman as well as Roland Peens and James Pietersen, both of Wine Cellar, Cape Town merchants and cellarers of fine wine.
An entry fee of R495 per wine applies and entries close on Wednesday 6 July. Results will be made public on Tuesday 1 August.
For the rules in full and the entry form, CLICK HERE.
Read last year’s report HERE.
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