Rall Cinsault Blanc | Donovan Rall

Cinsault Blanc is a rare mutation from the red grape, sometimes called Albatros in South Africa. Grapes for this wine come from a 0.2 hectare patch the last remaining of this varietal on the 35 year old site. The result is a fresh wine with super low alcohol a creamy texture, and a pithy finish.

Region:

Coastal Region

Appellation:

Wellington

Variety / Blend:

Cinsault Blanc:

Climate:

Continental

Soils:

Granite and clay

Farming:

Organic

Altitude:

Fermentation:

5 days on skins before pressing

Ageing:

Clay amphorae