Is Great With: roast beef and steak; pea soup with ham; chili con carne; chorizo sausage
Pinotage is a grape unique to South Africa: it was created there, in the mid 1920s, as a cross between Pinot Noir and Cinsault. Pinotage produces deep red, fruity wines, which can range from medium-bodied to full and robust. The wines often feature aromas like bananas, blackberries, and mulberries.
South African Pinotage Wine Making Session
If you like Pinotage, try its parent grape, Pinot Noir. If you like South African wines, try one of their most successful white varietals, Chenin Blanc.
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