Wine Spectator – 93 Points
John Platter – 4.5 *
Selections Mondial Des Vins Canada – Gold
Veritas – Gold
International Wine and Spirits Competition – Silver Outstanding
An incredible wine begging for a spot in your collection! The Rust En Vrede Estate is a stand-out wine with a commanding presence. This red blend displays a beautiful deep crimson red colour with a very Shiraz-dominant nose that brandishes upfront aromas of cumin and cedar, supported by less prominent tobacco and cigar box scents. On the palate it is reminiscent of an Old World-style wine, showcasing good complexity and typical plum, mulberry and blackberry flavours.
Their stunning reputation led the late president Nelson Mandela to select Rust en Vrede wines as the only to be served at a Nobel Peace Prize dinner.
Beef steak and lamb shank
58% Cabernet Sauvignon, 31% Shiraz, 11% Merlot
Rust en Vrede Wine Estate has made its home nestled within the vineyards of Stellenbosch for 315 years. Narrowing their focus to specialize only in red wines. Established in 1694, Rust en Vrede is proud to be part of a remarkable three hundred year old wine tradition. Since 1977 the Engelbrecht family has specialized in the exclusive production of red wine, with the focus on Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Proprietor Jean Engelbrecht has worked to establish Rust en Vrede as one of South Africa’s premium red wine estates, with full-bodied and complex wines that reflect the uniqueness of the Helderberg terroir.
Alcohol: 15.15% vol
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