Medium ruby colored with fast moving legs (14% ABV). The nose pops out at me with chocolate and coffee. Dark plum, blackberry, açaí berry and a green herb note follow. The palate is dry with medium acidity, medium tannins and a medium body. Pinotage is a bit of a chameleon grape- shifting flavors and aromas dependent on oak treatment. This one has a lot of chocolate and some coffee that are straight out of the barrel. Black fruit plays second fiddle- not that I’m complaining. The green herb note hits on the back end. The finish is a semi dry, tart affair that lasts medium length. This is a unique wine that I am really going to enjoy with roasted duck and orange sauce. It gets 89 points from me and for $14 it’s worthy of 5 stars- get a bottle or two. Drink till 2028. Salut….