Origin: South Africa
Seal: Screw Cap
Apart from the colour of the grapes, there is nothing grey about the new Tall Horse Pinot Grigio. This intriguing wine has vivid flavours of citrus and yellow fruit on the nose and palate, with a great balance between honeyed notes and a fresh acidity whetting the appetite for more. So serve it as a herd-pleasing welcome drink, or with seafood and salads.
Grapes were tracked from a variety of macro-climates ranging from warmer Southern slopes, basking in long hours of sunlight to cooler pockets of vines where African ocean breezes ensure ultimate expression of cultivar and land. Our Cape climate allows the vines to drink in the winter rainfall and ripen slowly in the warm summer season before harvesting in late January at an average of 21˚C.
The grapes were fermented at 14-16˚C in stainless steel tanks on full toasted French and American oak staves
capturing a broad and intriguing integrated palate. The young wine was racked and left on the fine lees for a
further 6 months inviting further integration and complexity before final filtration and bottling at our cellars in Wellington.
For your drinking pleasure:
A wonderfully expressive wine to drink immediately, yet with a structure to last for up to 2 years. Simply delicious served well chilled with fresh fish and seafood platters, roast chicken, creamy pastas and light summer salads.