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He has allowed me to quote from his email. The conclusion we came to is what often make French examples better is the fact that they are being themselves. It is this authenticity that makes them shine. Parkerized, modern styles of Bordeaux, Burgundy and insert here any established old world region , lack the soul that traditional styles have and in their context they look odd. In SA we will have to find our own identity and our land is a good place to start looking, in my opinion.
This is what made the great regions of the world famous over hundreds of years and it is also this which has saved their authenticity, integrity and typicity. We can do this without wanting to put a French spin on everything and let our wines be what the want to be. No shortage of opinions here. Jacques seemingly contradicts what I was whaffling on about us having to learn something from the French.
I have not met anyone with an answer. Eben, Alheit, Rosa Kruger, Keets, Hawkins, Marshall — agh that was a stupid move, there are others, but you know, time, memory, etc — are all doing their part , and with this wine, Jacques is stepping up and doing his. I like this tasting note because it brings back clearly what I tasted]:. The waxiness develops, and becomes almost too much, but never, ever, fat.
A day open has done wonders. Slight oxidative edge tends toward honey, waxy texture more together with the wine. Like an a4 piece of paper bent into a U shape with one hand. A silky, slimy, swift type of swartland chenin.
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You expect it to be fat. The fruit is subtle, and all peachy, pears, melons, citrus with a wonderful textural contrast between zippy vigor, and weighty waxiness. I really really liked this wine. It captures the rich Swartland fruit and texture while managing to remain fresh. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
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