2016 Beaumont Pinotage

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$26.99

6 in stock

Winemaker Notes

This is still an elegant style of Pinotage with red berry and ripe fruit flavors with fine tannins and lovely fruit on the palate.

Food Pairings: bobotie, game and curries, spare ribs and pepper steak or try snoek and grape jam.

About Beaumont Family Winery

Jayne founded Beaumont Wines in 1974 with Raoul, her now deceased husband – a free spirited, somewhat infamous and larger than life character. With a love for travelling, sailing, Spain and motorbikes, his many tales live on amongst the shales of Beaumont and in Raoul’s Range of wines.

Jayne had always made small quantities of wine and therefore the decision to start a wine farm and business was in fact out of necessity – they needed a home to cultivate both passion and grapes. Their journey continued as they embarked upon the craft of making wine on the then Compagnes Drift Farm, since renamed Beaumont. The farm was completely transformed by hard work, a spirit for adventure and a proper dose of crazy. The decision to make wine under the family name was life-changing and represented an unconditional commitment to every bottle produced.

Since then, Jayne has cultivated vineyards, crafted wines and art and pursued bee farming.

Her three children, Sebastian, Ariane and Lucien, were all born and raised on the farm and so, during any visit to the cellar lunches, tastings, tractor tours and farm hikes, the stories that unfold are rich, funny, and beautiful. These stories form the foundations of the many traditions that have naturally occurred during the years that followed.

Jayne continues to produce a limited amount of Pinot Noir with her own hand-drawn labels.

2016 Beaumont Pinotage

$26.99

6 in stock

Country

Size

Vintage

Categories: ,

Winemaker Notes

This is still an elegant style of Pinotage with red berry and ripe fruit flavors with fine tannins and lovely fruit on the palate.

Food Pairings: bobotie, game and curries, spare ribs and pepper steak or try snoek and grape jam.

About Beaumont Family Winery

Jayne founded Beaumont Wines in 1974 with Raoul, her now deceased husband – a free spirited, somewhat infamous and larger than life character. With a love for travelling, sailing, Spain and motorbikes, his many tales live on amongst the shales of Beaumont and in Raoul’s Range of wines.

Jayne had always made small quantities of wine and therefore the decision to start a wine farm and business was in fact out of necessity – they needed a home to cultivate both passion and grapes. Their journey continued as they embarked upon the craft of making wine on the then Compagnes Drift Farm, since renamed Beaumont. The farm was completely transformed by hard work, a spirit for adventure and a proper dose of crazy. The decision to make wine under the family name was life-changing and represented an unconditional commitment to every bottle produced.

Since then, Jayne has cultivated vineyards, crafted wines and art and pursued bee farming.

Her three children, Sebastian, Ariane and Lucien, were all born and raised on the farm and so, during any visit to the cellar lunches, tastings, tractor tours and farm hikes, the stories that unfold are rich, funny, and beautiful. These stories form the foundations of the many traditions that have naturally occurred during the years that followed.

Jayne continues to produce a limited amount of Pinot Noir with her own hand-drawn labels.

Winemaker Notes

This is still an elegant style of Pinotage with red berry and ripe fruit flavors with fine tannins and lovely fruit on the palate.

Food Pairings: bobotie, game and curries, spare ribs and pepper steak or try snoek and grape jam.

About Beaumont Family Winery

Jayne founded Beaumont Wines in 1974 with Raoul, her now deceased husband – a free spirited, somewhat infamous and larger than life character. With a love for travelling, sailing, Spain and motorbikes, his many tales live on amongst the shales of Beaumont and in Raoul’s Range of wines.

Jayne had always made small quantities of wine and therefore the decision to start a wine farm and business was in fact out of necessity – they needed a home to cultivate both passion and grapes. Their journey continued as they embarked upon the craft of making wine on the then Compagnes Drift Farm, since renamed Beaumont. The farm was completely transformed by hard work, a spirit for adventure and a proper dose of crazy. The decision to make wine under the family name was life-changing and represented an unconditional commitment to every bottle produced.

Since then, Jayne has cultivated vineyards, crafted wines and art and pursued bee farming.

Her three children, Sebastian, Ariane and Lucien, were all born and raised on the farm and so, during any visit to the cellar lunches, tastings, tractor tours and farm hikes, the stories that unfold are rich, funny, and beautiful. These stories form the foundations of the many traditions that have naturally occurred during the years that followed.

Jayne continues to produce a limited amount of Pinot Noir with her own hand-drawn labels.