Truter Agaat John David

Intense aromas that follow through on the palate, ripe blackberries and spicy pepper flavors come to life with lingering soft tannins and a hint of oak.
Enjoy it now or keep it in the cellar for a special occasion. The different varieties mature differently and will give the wine enthusiast much to ponder upon.



Western Cape - Paarl and Wellington, South Africa

Pinotage 45%, Cabernet Sauvignon 34%, Petit Verdot 11%, Shiraz 10%

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Back Story & Wine Information

Our wine affair starts with the story of us, as early as our grade eight years when we met. I always knew that I’d marry Hugo, he realized this later during our first year in Stellenbosch where we studied to become winemakers, ironically, this is also the place where we were romanced by the fruit of the vine.To say that we knew what we were getting involved in at the time will be a bit of a long shot, but everything and with that I mean EVERYTHING about wine gives us pleasure, of course, some more than others.

Pair this wine with herb-crusted debone leg of lamb cooked on the Weber with Moroccan couscous and roasted sweet potatoes.

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