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Boschendal 1685 Shiraz 2012 Wine 75 cl (Case of 3)

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  • Aromas of red fruit with hints of cassis and pepper.
  • Concentrated mulberry and plum flavours with white peppar and oak spice.
  • Serve with roast meats, barbecues or hard cheeses.
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Technical Details
Product Dimensions42.2 x 32.4 x 13.2 cm
Storage InstructionsBest stored in a cool dark place.
NV -> No Vintage Information
Alcohol Content14 % Vol
Varietal CompositionShiraz 100%
Wine Type (Body Description)Red Wine
Serving RecommendationServe at room temperature.
Country Produced InSouth Africa
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 84,470 in Grocery (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.6 Kg
Date First Available15 May 2014
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The Boschendal Estate
Boschendal - A winemaking heritage going back to the 17th Century

Few places in the world can claim to have all a wine lover could desire. Boschendal Winery is one such unique destination. Only an hour’s drive from Cape Town, this magnificent winery is situated in the picturesque Groot Drakenstein Valley, at the gateway to Franschhoek. A veritable feast for the senses, Boschendal lays claim to a proud winemaking tradition stretching back to the late 17th century. From award winning wines, to fine dining and exquisite grounds, this world class estate seamlessly blends its rich past with a tireless commitment to constant innovation.

Our History
  • • Boschendal, literally “Bossendaal” (wood and dale) farm, is one of the oldest wine producers in the New World
  • • The French Huguenot, Jean Le Long was granted the land in 1685, after escaping France’s religious persecution.
  • • In 1715 the property was purchased by fellow Huguenots, the De Villiers brothers.
  • • The elegant Manor House, an outstanding example of Cape Dutch architecture, was built in 1812.
  • • After remaining in the De Villiers family for 164 years, the farm was sold to a Dutch farmer, D J Retief. After the disastrous phylloxera plague of 1896 destroyed the vineyards in the area, Prime Minister of the Cape Colony and South African visionary, Cecil John Rhodes, purchased the property in partnership with De Beers and set about restoring it to its former glory.
The entrance to the Boschendal Estate
Our Vineyards

Boschendal is ideally situated for the cultivation of quality grapes. Comprised of around 2250 hectares, stretching for six kilometres along the slopes of the Groot Drakenstein Mountain to the slopes of Simonsberg Mountain, the size and position of our vineyards allows a variety of cultivars to flourish Our vineyards are situated on different soils and at various altitudes, from the valley floor to 350 metres above sea level, allowing for a variety of styles. Particular care is taken to earmark individual blocks for specific styles. The cool growing conditions produce elegant wines, relatively low in sugar, yet bursting with ripe fruit flavours.

We are committed to ensuring that a sustainable environmental and agricultural equilibrium is maintained. Boschendal is home to pristine tracts of indigenous fynbos, part of the Cape Floral Kingdom. Through sound agricultural practices in the vineyard and a minimalist approach in the cellar, Boschendal has taken active steps to protect its unique natural diversity. Our goal is to ensure that human wellbeing, environmental health and economic viability can co-exist in harmony.

Boschendal 1685 Shiraz

100% Shiraz mostly from vineyards in the Faure area of Stellenbosch as well as Helderberg and Bottelary hills sites.

Fermented in stainless steel fermenters with an average duration of 12 – 16 days. Most tanks were left on the skins for an additional 1 – 2 weeks. The young wines went into barrel only after malolactic fermentation. 80% of the wine went into 300l oak barrels comprised of 25% each for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th fill – the remainder was left unoaked.

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