A smooth, juicy, medium bodied wine, full of ripe red berries and subtle spice. A little French oak adds balance to create the perfect Shiraz
At Fish Hoek, it's always been our style to stand out from the crowd. So while our master winemaker Bruce Jack believes in following some rules,he also believes in making his own from time to time. When it comes to wine we believe in quality and distinctive character - so at Fish Hoek we focus on stunning single grape varieties and pare back our winemaking until it's artful in its simplicity.
The grapes were harvested from different regions around the Western Cape at an average of 25°C.
The grapes were harvested from different regions around the Western Cape at an average of 25°C, de-stemmed and crushed to stainless steel fermenters where it had 2 days of skin contact before it was fermented. Fermentation took place between 25-27 °C on the skins till dry with soft pump overs every 4 hours. After alcoholic and malolactic fermentation a combination of American and French oak staves were used to give this wine it unique characteristics.