Bosman Family Vineyards Twyfeling Cinsaut 2018

By , 3 July 2020

The Site-Specific range from Wellington cellar Bosman Family Vineyards consists of three wines, these being the Optenhorst Chenin Blanc vineyard planted in 1952, the third oldest in the country; Fides Grenache Blanc, winemaking involving extended skin contact and Twyfeling Cinsaut.

The current-release Optenhorst 2017 rated 93 in August last year and the Fides 2017 92 in the Alternative Varieties Report released in the preceding April. The 2018 vintage of Twyfeling Cinsault is now out, tasting notes and rating as follows:

Bosman Family Vineyards Twyfeling Cinsaut 2018
Price: R240

Grapes from a 2003 vineyard. 10% whole-bunch fermentation. A complex nose with a top note of candy floss before strawberry, cherry and plum plus some earthiness and a little reduction in the background. The palate meanwhile is relatively full (alcohol is 14.29%) with moderate acidity and soft tannins. Plenty of flavours and a pleasure to drink.

CE’s rating: 91/100.

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