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Stark-Conde Three Pines Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2006

Cabernet Sauvignon from South Africa
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WS 90
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Focused, with a graphite undertow to the black currant, black cherry and fig notes. Licorice and coffee hints frame the finish. Should open up with modest cellaring. Best from 2009 through 2011. 220 cases imported.

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Stark-Conde, , South Africa
Stark-Conde
I never went to school to study winemaking but rather did my time reading books and experimenting along the way. I'm pretty stubborn, which turns out to be a good thing.

Crafting wine requires patience and the crazy belief that the shortest line drawn between two points may not always be the right one. Take a simple task like fruit-sorting. That's when we meticulously go through all the de-stemmed berries to pick out any under-ripe or bird-damaged fruit, leaves, stems and other MOG (Matter Other than Grapes). During harvest. there comes a point when everyone's exhausted and baskets of grapes keep coming. It's even debatable how much difference sorting will make in the end. That's when the stubborn kicks in.

Sometimes I wonder if I'm the only one having so much fun. We stick to traditional winemaking methods; we ferment our juice in open tanks, do hand-punchdowns around the clock, basket press, and mature the wines in small French oak barrels. The name Stark-Condé is a simple marriage of my wife's family name and my own.
- José Conde, winemaker

VBRConde3Pine_2006 Item# 101725

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