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Angus Paul Orange 2023, Stellenbosch

Angus Paul Orange 2023, Stellenbosch

£17.55 Any 6 Mix
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This delightful orange wine is made of mostly Muscat with a touch of Semillon. It makes for a beautifully fresh and bright wine with bold notes of apricot, candied lemon and a touch of sea salt and nuts for that lovely fresh bite. The 10 days on skins gives a chewy wine gum notes with fine tannin to coat the palate and an oxidative nutty finish. Fresh and complex, making a fantastic gastronomic wine.

Angus Paul made his first vintage in 2020, creating wines with a focus on South African Heritage, using Chenin, Muscat and Pinotage. The wines are made with minimal intervention to make quality wines that truly express the varieties characteristics. The labels are inspired by the ‘Age of exploration’ when the South African wine industry was founded, with graphics of superstitious tales from exploratory sailors.

Pairs well with Oysters and traditional Japanese cuisine.

Quick Information

Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 11.5%
Current Stock: 7
BIN: BTL-0401
Vegetarian: Yes
Vegan: Yes

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South Africa

South African wine has a history dating back to 1659 with the first bottle being produced in Cape Town by its founder and gouverner Jan van Riebeeck. South Africa is located at the tip of Africa with its wine regions located near the coastal influences of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. These regions have a mostly Mediterranean climate that is marked by intense sunlight and dry heat.

Angus Paul, Angus Paul Wines

Orignially from Edingburgh, Angus studied Viticulture and Oenology at Stellenbosch University. After studyinh he criss-crossed the globe hand-picking diverse and characterful wine estates to gain work experience.

He then secured cellar space at the Karibib Estate, where set about creating a range of wines that speak of the cape. Low intervention wines to showcase South Africa's grapes and terroir.