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Peter Falke Signature "Kanoa" 2016, Stellenbosch

Peter Falke Signature "Kanoa" 2016, Stellenbosch

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Kanoa is the flagship wine from Peter Falke. It is an exquisite blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (76%) and Cabernet Franc (24%). The Signature Collection are named after Peter's grandchildren - each wine has style and finesse, created for those who appreciate wine with personality.

The colour is dark with garnet hues. The intense aromas are of prune, cassis and wild berries. Subtle French Oak nuances create rich and opulent flavours alongside smooth and silky tannins with a superb and lingering finish.

Serve with roast lamb or grilled beef with peppercorn sauce.

Only the very finest grapes went into the wine - bunches were handpicked in the vineyard, leaving all the sunburnt berries on the vine. Once de-stemmed, a second hand sorting selection was made. The wine was lightly pressed and matured for 18 months in French oak barrels. Twenty percent went into 1st fill oak and the rest into 2nd and 3rd fill.

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Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 14%
Current Stock: 21
BIN: BTL-0296-2016
Style: Red
Designation: WO Stellenbosch

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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.

Werner Schrenk, Peter Falke Wines

Werner makes wines for Peter Falke and his french wife Danièle in their beautiful winery in Stellenbosch. Groenvlei Farm is home to rambling magenta bougainvillea, delicate scented roses and wild lavender growing alongside carefully cultivated vineyards. Dating back to the 18th century, the traditional gabled Cape Dutch buildings belie a contrasting modernity within.