In Flight Magazine - - TOTALLY TASTY -

Sit­u­ated at the epi­cen­tre of one of the Cape’s pre­mier wine re­gions, Plaisir de Merle is renowned as a pro­ducer of ex­cep­tional wines, thanks to a unique com­bi­na­tion of ter­roir and metic­u­lous viti­cul­ture. The Plaisir de Merle Caber­net Sau­vi­gnon 2014 is a full-bod­ied, fruit-driven wine with notes of black­ber­ries, cedar, dark choco­late and sweet vanilla. It has a firm, ripe tan­nin struc­ture on the palate, and lin­ger­ing flavours of sweet red berry fruit. Ac­cord­ing to wine­maker Niel Bester, who has been at the helm of Plaisir de Merle’s wine­mak­ing since the in­cep­tion of the win­ery in 1993, the Caber­net Sau­vi­gnon 2014 will ma­ture well over a pe­riod of 10 years and more, and com­ple­ments red meat dishes well.The Plaisir de Merle Caber­net Sau­vi­gnon 2014 is avail­able at re­tail out­lets na­tion­wide or through cel­lar door price is R215 per bot­tle.

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