A good buy. Perhaps not the best Pinotage I've eve
A good buy. Perhaps not the best Pinotage I've ever tasted, but fair at the price.
Easy-drinking and inoffensive.
Opened this on a 'school night' to have a glass with dinner. Decanted it, and gave it a good slosh about. Just an easy-drinking, nothing to shout about, light red wine. My first foray into South African red, and an encouraging one. Bought as part of a 25% off 6 deal, and no gripes at that price. 3* isn't a condemnation by any means - it just hasn't got the 'wow' factor of my established favourites.
Easy drinking wine. I enjoyed a glass of this as I cooked our roast chicken Sunday meal. We had the rest of the bottle with our roast dinner. Okay, so no complexity of some of the dearer wines, but very easy, smooth drinking. No strong tannins, which I like. Light enough (but not weak) to go with a variety of family meals. I would buy this again.
I did not enjoy this wine and thought it tasted rather rough. Would not buy again and am not enjoying drinking it right now.
2019 vintage is excellent - will buy again!
Great example of Pinotage! Usually a polarising wine but I'm unsure how anyone could dislike this, it's got chocolate and coffee as well as blackberry and bramble. We had the 2019 vintage which was excellent, seems like some of the older vintages may have disappointed but this one really hit the spot.
Can't believe this is included in Tesco's finest. Less than ordinary - would be expensive if half the price. Only with lots of cheese is it even drinkable. Would not recommend
Weak flavour and watery no punch of depth or flavour to it at all. Really disappointed compared to others in the finest range. Would not buy again.
Any resemblance to pinotage is apocryphal,at best its a rough red. All the attributes of pinotage are absent ,avoid like the plague.
We find that the finest range of wines suit us. We are not experts, so we feel we cannot give an informed opinion. The pinotage wine is lovely with poultry
Bought this as part of the latest Tesco wine deals as I hadn't had a bottle of South African wine in a long while. Decent depth with a strong flavour of berries. Not as smooth as a lot of wines which use the Pinot Noir grape as a base. Not my particular taste and I will stick to, what I think of as better wines, from other countries and stay clear of South Africa. Some of the wines currently coming out of Portugal for example, represent better value with a more satisfying taste.