The Terra de Bron Swartland Carignan is layered with red fruits and backed by spicy flavour on the nose. It is medium-bodied with subtle notes of smoky and cured meat, making it an ideal food wine.
De Bron was the nickname given to the town Malmesbury before British rule, as Bron is the Dutch word for a thermal water spring and the area was known for its healing hot springs and dry air. The Carignan used for this was selected from a single vineyard block planted in 2001 on Klein Amoskuil farm. This dryland bush vine block is the only block on the farm planted on Malmsbury shale soil. This vineyard has consistently produced wine that reflects a true sense of place and worthy to be part of the Terra de Bron series.
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