The Drift Pinot Noir: Wine Spectator Review

>>The Drift Pinot Noir: Wine Spectator Review

The Drift Pinot Noir: Wine Spectator Review

Every year the Cape Wine Makers Guild presents a selection on wines, that are not commercially available, for auction. a portion of the proceeds goes into the guild protege program to assist disadvantaged youths get into the wine industry. The 2014 Cape Wine Makers Guild Auction takes place today, October 4.

The Drift Mountain Farm Pinot Noir is will go under the hammer today, here’s what James Moleswoth had to say about it:

THE DRIFT MOUNTAIN FARM Pinot Noir Overberg The Heartbreak Grape Cape Winemakers Guild 2013 Score: 90

Perfumy, with lots of singed sandalwood and warmed cinnamon stick notes leading the way for supple flavors of cherry
preserves and damson plum compote. The silky finish lets the cinnamon accent linger. Alluring. Drink now. 77 cases made. —
J.M.

Bid now, enjoy this evening!

All wines reviewed by James are on the WineSpectator website

2018-10-05T14:51:15+00:00October 4th, 2014|Categories: Wine|