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A red blend with a youthful purple colour, plenty of red fruits and a spicy palate. Pairs perfectly with barbeque spareribs, black mushroom risottos & more.

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Overview

Quantity

Case (6 x 750 ml) – Stettyn Cellar Stone Red 2022

Cultivar Information:

60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40 % Merlot

Origin:

STETTYN

Region:

Worcester Wine and Olive Route

Analysis:

  • Alcohol: 14.5%

  • Residual Sugar: 3.5 g/l

  • Total Acidity: 5.6 g/l

  • pH: 3.47

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Tasting notes

A red blend with a youthful purple colour. Plenty of red fruits and a spicy palate, making it your perfect campfire friend.

Food pairing suggestions

  • Barbeque Spareribs

  • Blue Cheese Burger

  • Black Mushrooms Risotto

  • Shiraz is a darker grape than Cabernet Sauvignon and contains high amounts of health-invigorating antioxidants

Climate/conditions

Mediterranean climate with winter rainfall situated between the cooler, wetter Boland and the harsher, drier Karoo. Cool nights enhance the veraison with warmer days for good phenolic ripeness and concentrated flavours.

Winemaking

Grapes go through a de-stemmer/crusher that removes the whole grape berries from the stems and may squeeze them slightly to get the juice flowing. Any juice created at these stages prior to pressing is known as free run. The combined juice, skins, and seeds are known as must, which are pumped into a stainless steel tank. This is where the yeast cells come to life in the sweet solution and begin to convert the sugar into alcohol, heat, and carbon dioxide. A cap of skins forms atop the must. This cap needs to be blended back into the juice at least once per day but often more during the fermentation process to keep it moist. The wine is pumped into presses, which separate the skins and seeds from the wine.

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