Neil Ellis Webb Ellis 2013

Deep dense earthy red. Red and dark fruit aromas, notes of liquorice, black olives and cedar. The palate is seamless, sophisticated, rounded and stylish. Combining the
structure of Cabernet Sauvignon (40%) with the richness of Syrah (30%), Webb Ellis exemplifies the judicious balance of fruit and oak. Petit Verdot of Jonkershoek was added. The tannins are nice and rounded with a rich mouth feel. A multi-dimensional wine. This classically structured, beautifully balanced wine has all the finesse and integrity to develop and evolve with careful cellaring. 2020-2033

Food pairing:
Enjoy with baked or grilled red meat or ground game, with spicy sauces.

About the winery:
Neil Ellis is rightly called the mentor of South African wines. Together with his son Warren he is responsible for an impressive portfolio of wines synonymous to quality, elegance and value for money. Their Sauvignon Blancs rank among the top of the world. Or do you indulge in savouring one of their outstanding reserve cuvées?

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