2022 De Kleine Wijn Koop, Kreatuur Die Razmasaunache

Paarl,South Africa,


Bottle size: 75cl,

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    De Kleine Wijn Kreatuur personifies a blend, a different and unique creature each vintage! This year we made a morish blend consisting of four traditional Rhône varietals, each bringing their own unique and characterful trait to the party that is Kreatuur. Vineyards selected from Hutton and Clovelly soils, a combination of decomposed granite and Table Mountain sandstone in the heart of the Winelands.

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    All grapes are picked by hand with fermentation taking place separately in
    open fermenters. About 80% whole-bunch and all natural ferments across the
    board. A maximum of two punch-downs are done daily with a short skin
    maceration following completion of fermentation. The wine is then matured
    in small, older 225L, 300L & 500L French oak Barrels for 12 months being
    blended and bottled. No fining takes place before a sterile filtration into bottle.

    Superb fruit profile of cranberries, red berries and cherries, underlying
    savoury flavours, alongside otherworldly wildflowers and spice. Velvety and
    silky-smooth complex, yet easy finish.

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    South Africa






    De Kleine Wijn Koop


    19% Grenache, 23% Mourvedre, 5% Cinsault, 53% Shiraz

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    Producer Profile

    De Kleine Wijn Koöp (the little wine co-op) started out as just a few good okes making awesome wines with cool labels, calling in winemaker friends to make each very limited-batch cuvée. Now in the talented hands of winemaker Wynand Grobler, the range has gained greater focus and direction without losing any of the original irreverence and adventure. Given Wynand’s experience in the valley, Franschhoek is becoming a bit of a calling card but like in the past the “little co-op” spreads its net far and wide seeking out great grapes across the beautiful and varied terroirs of the Cape winelands.