Bellingham The Bernard Serie Small Barrel S.M.V. is deep ruby with a bright crimson rim. An entry of alluring black and red berry and cherry aromas layered with dark chocolate, winter spice, rose and violet on the nose carried through to an intricate intensely fruited palate that is both powerful and graceful. A long, full finish of good length and complexity.
A great food wine that will match a variety of dishes including rosemary roasted lamb, chargrilled beef steaks, spicy sausages or tomato-based vegetable ragout.
Bellingham The Bernard Serie Small Barrel S.M.V. is a delicious South African red wine from the Coastal Paarl region of South Africa. This wine is made from Syrah, Mourvedre and Viognier grapes.
Recommended wine serving temperature between 15 ° C and 17 ° C.
The Bellingham story starts in 1693 when Hollander Gerrit Janz van Vuuren and his French Huguenot wife planted the first 1 000 vines on the estate, then known as Bellinchamp (‘pretty fields’). It then passed from family to family until 1943, when Bernard and Fredagh Podlashuk purchased the somewhat derelict farm, set about restoring the manor house, gardens and vineyards and effectively pioneered the modern renaissance of the Bellingham Estate in Franschhoek.
|Product||Bellingham The Bernard Serie Small Barrel S.M.V.|
|Producer||Bellingham Wine Estate|
|Type of wine||Red|
|Grape variety||Other grapes red|
|Price per bottle||€26.50|
|Minimum number of bottles||6|