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Cabernet Sauvignon

Tokara, Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

R120

8 in stock

Notes

This wine has an amazing depth of colour of intense garnet with a ruby rim.

Tasting notes:
The nose has heady aromas of dark fruits, cocoa and cedar. The wine is intensely concentrated on the palate with brooding flavours of cocoa, dark briary fruits with a hint of savoury saltiness on the mid-palate. The wine finishes with stunning dry textured tannins and balanced acidity.

About Tokara:
Viticulture at Tokara is considered a long-term investment. The estate devotes significant capital into ensuring the most cutting edge technologies are available for vineyard analysis and wine production. Tokara is the first cellar to make commercial use of the NDVI process, which captures both visible and infrared light emitted from vineyards to create a colour index describing variances between cultivated sections. Apart from technology, superior wines require superior raw materials. Tokara has a highly skilled and tirelessly dedicated labour force, working on some of the most exceptional terroirs in the country. The soil types at Tokara belong to the Oakleaf and Tukulu families and are classified as high potential, inducing relatively high vigour.
This wine has an amazing depth of colour of intense garnet with a ruby rim.

Tasting notes:
The nose has heady aromas of dark fruits, cocoa and cedar. The wine is intensely concentrated on the palate with brooding flavours of cocoa, dark briary fruits with a hint of savoury saltiness on the mid-palate. The wine finishes with stunning dry textured tannins and balanced acidity.

About Tokara:
Viticulture at Tokara is considered a long-term investment. The estate devotes significant capital into ensuring the most cutting edge technologies are available for vineyard analysis and wine production. Tokara is the first cellar to make commercial use of the NDVI process, which captures both visible and infrared light emitted from vineyards to create a colour index describing variances between cultivated sections. Apart from technology, superior wines require superior raw materials. Tokara has a highly skilled and tirelessly dedicated labour force, working on some of the most exceptional terroirs in the country. The soil types at Tokara belong to the Oakleaf and Tukulu families and are classified as high potential, inducing relatively high vigour.
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Country

ZA

Region

Stellenbosch

Style

Red

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