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  • Bellevue 1953 Pinotage

    Bellevue 1953 Pinotage 2017

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  • Bellevue Atticus red wine blend

    Bellevue Atticus 2018 Cape Blend

    Taste: Bold ripe berries, soft tannins
    Smell: Plum, blackberry, and vanilla
    Compliments: Rich oxtail or red meat dishes
    Cuisine: South African / German

     

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  • Bellevue Cinsaut red wine

    Bellevue Cinsaut 2020

    VITICULTURIST    DIRKIE MORKEL

    WINEMAKER  WILHELM KRITZINGER

    ORIGIN  BOTTELARY, STELLENBOSCH

    SOIL  CARTREFF, WESTLEIGH

    TRELLISING  UNTRELLISED

    AGE OF VINES  65 YEARS OLD

    YIELD  2 TON PER HECTARE

    CLIMATE

    THE EFFECT OF THE CONTINIOUS DROUGHT WAS ONCE AGAIN FELT WITH A TINY CROP AND GRADUAL RIPENING OF THE FRUIT. TINY BERRIES ALLOWED THE PRODUCTION OF WINES WITH  HIGHLY CONCENTRATED VARIETAL CHARACTER.

    VINIFICATION

    THE GRAPES WERE HARVESTED ON FEB 20TH AT 25.3°B. FERMENTED AT 26 – 28°C FOR ABOUT 4 DAYS. PUMPED OVER DAILY DURING ALCOHOLIC FERMENTATION. MALOLATIC FERMENTATION TOOK PLACE IN BARRELS. THE WINE MATURED IN NEW AND 2ND FILL FRENCH OAK BARRELS FOR 18 MONTHS.

    TASTING NOTES

    THIS WINE SHOWS MARASCHINO CHERRY AND PLUM FLAVOURS ON THE NOSE, COMPLIMENTED BY A SILKY TANNIN STRUCTURE AND A LINGERING FINISH. IN GOOD CELLARING CONDITIONS, THIS WINE HAS AN AGEING POTENTIAL OF 10 YEARS PLUS.

    ANALYSIS        ALC: 13.29        PH: 3.42        RS: 2.1         TA: 5.7

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  • Bellevue Chenin Blanc

    Bellevue Eselgraf Single Vineyard Chenin Blanc 2021

    This vintage chenin blanc shows rich tropical flavours of peach, pear and white pear blossoms. This is followed by a lingering finish of green apple on the palate. The wine can be enjoyed on its own, or paired with seafood or poultry

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  • Kukumakranka Gin

    Bellevue Kukumakranka Gin

    The lifecycle of Kukumakranka Gin starts with the Gethyllis Verticillata plant that is indigenous to the Cape Flats Sand Fynbos and also grows in Bellevue. The Kukumakranka plant blooms with a single flower that only lasts for five days over the Christmas period. The fruit only appears at the start of the winter in May.

    Once the yellow to maroon coloured fruit ripens. It is harvested by hand and used on the distillation process for the gin

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  • Bellevue malbec red wine

    Bellevue Malbec 2019

    As the temperature heats up, a refreshing case of Bellevues award winning wines will ensure you can fill your glass with a refreshing cool chill that will take the wilt out of your day. Get stocked up with our summer mixed case, a curated experience you and guests will enjoy during the hot summer months

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  • Bellevue MCC Pinot noir Brut Rosé

    Bellevue Methode Cap Classique Pinot Noir Brut Rosé 2019

    A sharp and snappy Brut Rose that will lend kick and fitness to any celebration. A  liquid joy with a salmon pink colour – just what you need to let your spirit soar from the bottom of your glass. This méthode cap classique delivers notes of freshly picked berries and peach flavours on the palate

    VITICULTURIST  DIRKIE MORKEL

    WINEMAKER  ANNEKE POTGIETER

    ORIGIN  BOTTELARY, STELLENBOSCH

    CULTIVARS    100% PINOT NOIR

    SOIL    KROONSTAD

    TRELLISING  TRELLISED

    AGE OF VINES  23 YEARS

    YIELD  3 TONS PER HECTARE

    CLIMATE

    A BETTER WINTER AFTER THREE DRY WINTERS DIDN’T PREVENT A TINY CROP AND GRADUAL RIPENING. TINY BERRIES ALLOWED THE PRODUCTION OF WINES WITH HIGHLY CONCENTRATED VARIETAL CHARACTER.

    VINIFICATION

    GRAPES WERE HAND HARVESTED EARLY VERY LIGHTLY PRESSED. FIRST FERMENTATION WAS STAINLESS STEEL TANKS AT 14 – 15 °C. THEN IT WAS INOCULATED FOR SECOND FERMENTATION IN THE BOTTLE. AFTER 2 YEARS AND 8 MONTHS, IT WAS DEGORGED AND MATURED FOR FURTHER 3 MONTHS UNDER CORK.

    TASTING NOTES

    THIS LIGHTLY COLOURED MCC SHOWS NOTES OF  RED BERRIES WITH AN ADDITIONAL WELCOMING QUINCE THAT ADDS TO THE COMPLEXITY. IT SPENT 2 YEARS AND 8 MONTHS IN THE BOTTLE ON THE LEES AFTER 2ND FERMENTATION. THIS BRINGS A CREAMINESS, ALTHOUGH THE STRUCTURE STILL SUPPORTS THE CRISPNESS. IT CAN BE ENJOYED ON ITS OWN OR WITH WITH RED BERRY DESSERTS.

    ANALYSIS  ALC:11.94           PH:3.10          RS:5.2        TA:9.1

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  • Sale! bellevue monthly deal - may 2022

    Bellevue Monthly Deal

    Save R231 for 6 bottles of Bellevue Atticus 2018 – Valid until 31 May 2022

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  • Bellevue Pinotage red wine stellenbosch

    Bellevue Pinotage 2018

    Simple, young and fresh. Imbued with all the virtues of Pinotage, with flavours of strawberries, plums and raspberries and strawberries. A deliriously silky finish for those who like the fun to linger a little longer

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  • Bellevue Rose wine stellenbosch

    Bellevue Rosé 2020

    An elegantly structured rose with a fruity acidity. An excellent wine for when longer, warmer days call for something more refreshing. This fresh rose hewn from the Bottelary Hills is nicely dry, snappy and surprisingly fruity

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  • Bellevue Sauvignon Blanc white wine stellenbosch

    Bellevue Sauvignon Blanc 2021

    This sauvignon blanc shows rich tropical flavours of pineapple, granadilla and litchi. This is followed by green apple and a lingering freshness on the palate. The wine can be enjoyed on its own, or paired with seafood or poultry.

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  • Bellevue Shiraz red wine stellenbosch

    Bellevue Shiraz 2020

    VITICULTURIST: DIRKIE MORKEL

    WINEMAKER: WILHELM KRITZINGER

    ORIGIN: BOTTELARY, STELLENBOSCH

    SOIL: GLENROSA, WESTLEIGH, KROONSTAD

    TRELLISING: TRELLISED

    AGE OF VINES: 20-28 YEARS OLD

    YIELD: 6TONS PER HECTARE

    CLIMATE:
    THE EFFECT OF THE CONTINUOUS DROUGHT WAS ONCE AGAIN FELT WITH A TINY CROP AND GRADUAL RIPENING OF THE FRUIT. TINY BERRIES ALLOWED THE PRODUCTION OF WINES WITH HIGHLY CONCENTRATED VARIETAL CHARACTER

    VINIFICATION:
    THE GRAPES WERE HARVESTED AT 23°B THE JUICE SPENT 6 HOURS ON THE SKINS BEFORE INOCULATION. FERMENTATION TOOK PLACE AT 26 – 28°C FOR ABOUT 4DAYS, PUMPED OVER 3 TIMES DAILY DURING ALCOHOLIC FERMENTATION, MALOLATIC FERMENTATION WAS COMPLETED IN TANKS. THE WINE MATURE IN FRENCH AND AMERICAN OAK.

    TASTING NOTES:
    THEIS WINE IS A TYPICAL EXAMPLE OF A MODERN SHIRAZ, SHOW MOCHA. WOOD SMOKE AND MULBERRIES ON THE NOSE. THIS FOLLOWED BY BOLD LAYERS OF RIPE FRUIT AND SMOKED BEEF ON THE PALATE THE WINE HAS AN AGEING POTENTIAL OF 5 YEARS.

    ANALYSIS:        ALC: 14.68        PH: 3.60        RS: 2.4         TA: 5.8

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