Lanzerac Pinotage 1969
Generally considered an everyday drinking wine, however, it comes to life with age. Predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon with Shiraz, Merlot, Ruby Cabernet and Petit Verdot.
Stellenbosch, South Africa
Winemaking and Maturation
Its value and taste would depend on several factors such as storage conditions, the winemaking techniques used, and the specific microclimate where the grapes were grown.
The 1969 Lanzerac Pinotage is a red wine made from the Pinotage grape variety, which was first produced in South Africa in the 1920s. The wine is known for its rich and bold flavour profile, with notes of dark fruit, smoke, and spices.
The specific vintage from 1969 would have had over 50 years to age and develop complex characteristics.