2015 - 4 stars John Platter 2018.
2015 - scored 92 points by Tim Atkin SA Report (September 2017)
2015 - scored 90 points by Neal Martin from The Wine Advocate (April 2017)
This wine provide something different for red wine lovers as it is rare to find a red that focusses on this cultivar. The Raats Dolomite Cabernet Franc is filled with dark, sour cherry aromas on the nose. On the palate there is a herbaceousness, along with flavours of spice and dark berries that persist at the close of each sip. There is just a touch of wet-stone minerality and good clarity of fruit. The finish is silky soft.
95% Cabernet Franc, 5% Malbec
Alcohol 13.5 %vol
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