When talking to winemaker Koen Roose about his Pinot Noir, you get the feeling that he will be working to make a ‘great’ Pinot Noir until the day he dies. On the farm he has three vineyards of Pinot Noir, each named after a key person at the Battle of Spioenkop in the Second Anglo-Boer War. This wine (named after Mahatma Ghandi who was a stretcher-bearer) shows savoury red fruit with spicy tannin from the koffieklip soil. Earthy mushroom and slight smoke make this Pinot Noir distinct.
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