Rickety Bridge The Printer’s Devil Belphegor 2017

By , 14 April 2020

The devil’s in the detail.

Part of a range from Rickety Bridge in Franschhoek, launched to commemorate owner Duncan Spence’s beginnings in the printing industry, this is a blend of unwooded 90% Cinsault from a 1955 block plus 10% barrel-matured Cabernet Sauvignon

The nose shows cherries, plums, cassis, tobacco and earth. The palate is medium bodied and quite broad with juicy fruit and relatively soft tannins, the finish nevertheless savoury. It’s a characterful and engaging drop. Price: R360 a bottle.

CE’s rating: 90/100. 

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