2013

The Liberator ‘Episode 10 – Midnight at the Lost and Found’

South Africa, Tulbagh

A light, fragrant and slightly savoury Pinot that would fool many an expert that it originated in the northern hemisphere. Sourced by South African expert Richard Kelley MW, aka “The Liberator”.

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£13.95

MWS: 95

Origin

The current release comes from Lemberg in Tulbagh and was made in 2013 – the year Rick visited David Sadie, who was making his own David wines in the cellar there. Sitting in the corner of the cellar was this unlabelled Pinot Noir that had been gathering dust for the last two seasons. Rick just had to taste it…

Grape Variety

100% Pinot Noir

Alcohol Percentage

13%

Cellar Potential

Drink now and over the next 18 months

Producer

Over the past 20 years, Richard Kelley MW has become one of the most respected authorities on South African wine. Between 1995 and 2002, he lived and worked in the Cape, witnessing the renaissance of the post-apartheid wine industry. Throughout this time, he established a healthy rapport with the great and the good of the local wine scene, affording him access to their distinguished cellars. Along the way he started to discover small parcels of wine and engaged some of the finest Cape winemakers in project work with him.

Food Match

Ideal with any lamb dish – roasted, grilled or casseroled or even lightly spiced in a Middle Eastern style.

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