The Capeography Co. Cloudscape Cinsault 2021, Paarl

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The Capeography Co. Cloudscape Cinsault 2021, Paarl

£9.50 Single Bottle
£8.55 Any 6 Mix
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Cloudscape Cinsault comes from vineyards lying in the shadow of Paarl Mountain, where a deep underground aquifer is the only source of water. Grapes from 40 year old unirrigated bush vines are harvested then gently crushed to extract all the flavour, but retain its delicate colour.

The resulting juicy textural primary juice is then racked partially to barrel, mostly to steel, for fermentation. After a blend off the two components is combined, the whole is racked to tank before being gently fined, filtered and bottled.

On the nose this has an abundance of Cinsault’s hallmark cherry, plum and other orchard fruit. The palate has elegant and lovely layers of hoisin, soft damson plum, exotic spices and leafy texture.

Elegant layers of plum sauce, soft damson and exotic spices make this perfect with sticky duck finished on the braai.

Quick Info

Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 13%
Designation: WO Paarl
BIN: BTL-0439
Current Stock: 14
Style: Red
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.


Cinsault is a fragrant and pretty grape. It can have lifted red berry aromas, like raspberry, strawberry and cherry, with floral violet notes. 

It is an important component of blends from Languedoc-Roussillon, the southern Rhône and even Châteauneuf-du-Pape. It adds freshness and fragrance to blends of Grenache, Mourvèdre and Carignan, and is also a major contributor to Provence rosé.


JD Roussouw, Boutinot South Africa

JD was destined to be a winemaker. Whilst pregnant, his mother helped in the family winery, enriching JDs formative senses. His earliest memories are of the “floral aromas in the winery while the fermentations were happening”. JD always wanted to be a winemaker and it all came so naturally whilst helping his father in their Paarl winery.