02 October 2017

Pinotage Tops CWG Auction

Pinotage was in demand at the Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild annual auction with Beyerskloof 'Traildust' Pinotage 2015, made by Beyers Truter, reaching the highest average price at R1449 (80 GBP/106 USD) a bottle. Beyers said the wine is a selection of the best barrel aged 21 mnths in new French oak.   

With the third highest average price of R1309 was Kaapzicht Estate 'The Ultimate Vision' 2015, a Cape Blend of  45% Pinotage; 45% Cabernet Sauvignon; 10% Merlot. This was made by Danie Steytler, his final CWG wine as he retires from winemaking at the end of 2017.

Kanonkop CWG Pinotage 2015, made by Abrie Beeslaar was in eighth highest place at R1222 per bottle.

14% VAT  is payable on the prices above.

Thanks to Top Wine SA 
Details of wines are on the CWG  Nedbank Auction Catalogue here
Image courtesy of CWG

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