Kumala ~ Pinotage Reserve 2018

As South Africa’s leading wine brand in the UK, Kumala focuses on the distinctiveness of South Africa, celebrating this vibrant nation’s variety. Surrounding Africa’s legendary Table Mountain is a place to lush fertility and natural beauty. This is the home of Kumala, where we make quality wines that are full of character.

This Pinotage is dark ruby red in colour. A bouquet of plum and dark red fruit flavours with a hint of sweet spice and mocha. On the palate a rich and fruity character fills the mouth, backed by silky tannins and hints of dark berry and coffee-mocha flavours.

Kumala’s first vintage was in 1995. The brand was a huge success and grew quickly, showing the UK’s interest and excitement in South African wine. Kumala has since become the flag waver for the South African wine industry and has helped to bring the spirit of the new South Africa to the rest of the world.

Accolade Wines, the UK’s No 1 wine company, has announced it will be investing over £1million in South African wine brand Kumala with a new brand creative entitled Keep it Kolourful.

Kumala is the No 1 South African wine brand in the UK and the investment shows Accolade’s commitment to its South African portfolio, despite the difficult vintages the region has had due to ongoing drought issues.

The Kumala Reserve Range is available via online sales, in the South African International Airports’ Big 5 Duty Free, as well as at Cape Town’s Rockwell Hotel and the Cellar Door at Flagstone Winery in Somerset West.

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