MICHAEL FRIDJHON: Ordinary wine tarnishes image of extraordinary producers
Ungenerous but expensive entry-level tipple casts a shadow over high-end wineries’ deluxe classics, writes Michael Fridjohn
01 December 2021 - 05:00Two tastings, conducted on the same day, set me thinking about two different dynamics within the Western Cape’s fine wine industry: cynical commercial production and terroir-driven craft.The first observation emerged from a blind tasting of nine largely current vintage shirazes; the second came from a vertical of Sebastian Beaumont’s chenin blancs...
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