This deep ruby colored Pinotage grown in the Stellenbosch Region of Cape Town, South Africa opens with smoke, bacon, and jammy blackberry on the nose. Cherries, along with a medley of red and black fruit, caress the palate. A nice bold ripe cherry finish makes this juicy red wine a staple for the wine cellar. A great $7.99 price tag makes this real affordable. This wine is a cross between a Pinot Noir and Cinsault and developed back in the mid-1900s. I tried this stand alone and would think twice about cellaring it too long as I think this is a nice young wine to be enjoyed now. A nice alternative to some higher priced European and Californian wines. So, enjoy them now before the price climbs as it grows in popularity.