Out of Stock
An elegant reference of Stellenbosch Pinotage. The L’Avenir Provenance Pinotage is medium-bodied, exhibiting a ﬁne balance between fruit and spiciness, with a smooth and reﬁned texture.Attractive notes of cherries and mulberries, complemented by the sweet spiciness that is typical to ﬁne Pinotage.
Medium-bodied, with ﬁne-grained, silky tannins. The palate is smooth and offers seductive notes of crushed pomegranate, juicy plums and black cherries. Reﬁned and sophisticated, with a delicate balance, showcasing the ﬁnesse and restrained power of modern Pinotage.
The wine that put L’Avenir on the global wine map. L’Avenir Provenance Pinotage has converted many wine drinkers to committed Pinotage proponents by capturing the fruit and perfume notes of this fascinating grape. The Provenance Pinotage showcases the elegance of this proudly South African varietal.
With an alluring sweet spiciness that is unique to Pinotage, this wine pairs remarkably well with a mild Indian curry, as well as the popular Cape Malay dish, bobotie.
L’Avenir’s rich history dates back to the late 1600s, when the estate was one of the very first sites identified for grape growing by the Cape’s earliest European settlers.
The estate was renamed L’Avenir in 1992 by Mark Wiehe, a Mauritian businessman, who left a career of trading sugar in London to purchase the farm. This was the start of specialisation of this unique boutique winery. Wiehe appointed former pharmacist Francois Naude as winemaker and the estate swiftly gained recognition for its distinctive Pinotage and Chenin Blanc. In 2005, L’Avenir was acquired by the owner of the prestigious Chablis property, Laroche, Chablisien Michel Laroche.
Alcohol: 14.5 %
The Allesverloren Cabernet Sauvignon displays an impressively deep, ruby red colour in the glass. An abundance of prune, blackcurrant and white pepper aromas with oak spice and cigar box in...
Platter's Review: 4 * The Allesverloren Shiraz appears with an impressively deep, dark red colour in the glass. Fruity aromas of ripe plums fill the air, closely followed by...
Platter's Review: 4 * (89 Points) The impressive Alto Cabernet Sauvignon, blends Old World elegance with the full-bodied, fruit-driven character typical of wines from the Golden Triangle. Named for its superior...