Delaire Botmaskop 2008

By: Wade Bales  11-11-2011

Delaire Botmaskop is meticulously hand crafted blend of noble red varietals, all of which were aged in French Oak barrels for 12 months. Powerful, yet elegant and polished. Beautiful Bordeaux-style blend with classical aromas of dark berry fruit, spice and cassis. The softness of tannis and the balance in structure complete this wine on the palate.

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