Silver Myn Argentum Stellenbosch 2019

£8.75

  • Grape : Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc
  • Country : South Africa, Stellenbosch
  • Type : Red
  • ABV : 14.5%

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Tasting notes: Silver Myn Argentum Stellenbosch 2019

Silver Myn Argentum Stellenbosch 2019 This blend from the Bordelaise specialists of Banghoek Valley is brim full of dark, crunchy Cabernet-family fruit with dark curranty corners. The palate finishes long, textural with a touch of hoisin sauce.

Food Pairing: Silver Myn Argentum Stellenbosch 2019

Barbecued red meats, herby grilled chicken or even thick spicy south east Asian dishes.

Producer/Region:

East and north-south facing rows on alluvial soil at an altitude of 260m and approximately 10k from the sea. The average age of the vines are 10-11 years old. The blend is lovingly crafted from Merlot 50%, Cabernet Sauvignon 28%, Cabernet Franc 14%, Petit Verdot 6% and Malbec 2%. Grapes were harvested by hand and berry sorted into stainless steel fermenters. Fermentation commenced spontaneously and was finished with a pure strain. Extraction was done with a combination of punch-down, rack-and-return and pump-over methods. Batches were gently pressed and immediately racked to small French oak barrels and 4500L oak “foudre” where they completed malolactic fermentation. The

Meet the Producer


This is a small 200,000-bottle winery in Banghoek, on the Helshoogte Pass between Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. It’s pronounced ‘Sorg-fleet’, which roughly translates to ‘no worries’, and that sentiment carries itself through all they do.

Winemaker Bernard Le Roux is a young and upcoming talent who is passionate about the estate’s vineyards as well as its cellar (not always a given for winemakers!). Grapes are grown on the steep slopes of the Simonsberg Mountain in vineyards that are among the highest in Stellenbosch. The estate wines are from site-specific single vineyards and are elegant expressions of this unique mountain terroir, all crafted in the Zorgvliet cellar, one of the most technologically advanced cellars in South Africa

 

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