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    2018 Lelie Van Saron "Hemel en Aarde Valley" Syrah (Cape South Coast, SA) 6R

    6R

    Warmer growing regions, fully ripened grapes, extended barrel-aging add to the wine’s body

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    2018 Lelie Van Saron "Hemel en Aarde Valley" Syrah (Cape South Coast, SA) 6R

    Natasha Williams is making awesome wine in the Western Cape. With a love for science and nature, and a degree in Oenology, she crafts pure and clean wines with beautiful varietal expression. Hemel-en-Aarde is a perfect, cool-climate growing site for Syrah, and this bottling is rich, smooth, and bright with a savory flavor profile and long finish.

    About The Varietal

    Syrah

    Shiraz and Syrah are interchangeable names for the same dark-skinned grape variety when viewed in terms of DNA. Originating in the Rhône Valley, this grape dominates plantings in the northern section of the valley. The name Shiraz is commonly used in Australia and certain regions of the New World, particularly those with warmer climates. The stylistic differences between Shiraz and Syrah wines are often distinct, contributing to the enduring dual identities of this grape variety.

    About The Producer

    Lelie Van Saron

    Noted as a highly talented and up-and-coming winemaker, Natasha Williams works at the Bosman Winery's Hemel-en-Aarde property. While this may be her day-job, Williams is able to make some delicious Chardonnay under Natasha Williams Signature Wines and explore her own creative endeavors within the wine industry.

    6R

    Warmer growing regions, fully ripened grapes, extended barrel-aging add to the wine’s body