Sadie Family Treinspoor Swartland Tinta Barocca 2012

9.113 ratings on Delectable

Ratings on Delectable

Jeremy Shanker Delectable Pro

Sommelier at RN74

Seriously cool stuff here. South African old vine tinta barroca! Dense and plummy but with animal bacon fat quality to it. A tad pricy, but worth it just to see what it's all about.

Seriously cool stuff here. South African old vine tinta barroca! Dense and plummy but with animal bacon fat quality to it. A tad pricy, but worth it just to see what it's all about.

9.1

Henry Nurminen Delectable Pro

Wonderful wine. Restrained in a good way - relies on aromatics rather than weight. Just enough acidity for balance but leaves a suave and pleasantly smooth (not the best term but it was the bedt I could think of) feeling. Good stuff.

Wonderful wine. Restrained in a good way - relies on aromatics rather than weight. Just enough acidity for balance but leaves a suave and pleasantly smooth (not the best term but it was the bedt I could think of) feeling. Good stuff.

9.2

Dawn Smith Delectable Pro

New taste treat!

New taste treat!

8.8

Mike Dombrow Delectable Pro

Buyer Sunfish Cellars

I chose somethin' else. And the reasons? There are no reasons. Who needs reasons when you've got wine?

I chose somethin' else. And the reasons? There are no reasons. Who needs reasons when you've got wine?

10

Robert Harmelin

Really really good solid wine excellent fruit good acid and lots of length

Really really good solid wine excellent fruit good acid and lots of length

9.1

Adrien

2012 en 2015.

2012 en 2015.

8.5

Fraser McKinley

Tinta Barroca? Great stuff, who knew?

Tinta Barroca? Great stuff, who knew?

9.3

Wiremu Andrews Delectable Pro

Deep ruby colour with a pure, blue-fruited, violet perfume intertwined with crushed granite mineral notes and a slight dried-herb inflection. Ample tannin, though very fine. Plenty of the aforementioned fruit on the palate and some lovely, fresh acidity.

Deep ruby colour with a pure, blue-fruited, violet perfume intertwined with crushed granite mineral notes and a slight dried-herb inflection. Ample tannin, though very fine. Plenty of the aforementioned fruit on the palate and some lovely, fresh acidity.

9.1

Naoki Sato

20140512 espelt

20140512 espelt

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