He says: “How can you tell a Pinotage in a blind tasting? Well, it smells like a riot: burning tires and smoke!”
She says: Not only do Lammershoek make good wine, they also have some incredibly eye-catching yet classy labels (no furry animals or cursing in sight).
He says: …this wine had a much better structure, both acidic and tannic than the Pinot Noir from the same producer.
She says: Life is too short to drink boring wine when there are so many interesting wines out there to explore!
He says: On the palate, the key for me is the red fruit doesn’t come out swinging, and there’s a beautiful balance of citrus notes without being tart.
She says: An easy drinking, summer sipper, although it may be a little too simple for some.
He says: I found the wine to be pretty tame compared to most examples of Cabernet Franc that we drink, and lacking in varietal character.
She says: An interesting wine but far from mind blowing.
He says: We’re always wary of hype, but happy to find it justified in this case.
She says: Easy drinking, with a pleasant finish that is perfect for summer.
He says: It’s hard to find a good bottle of Bordeaux for $20, and this bottle might just be the answer.
She says: Overall a good value-for-money Bordeaux.
He says: Honestly, I’d drink this everyday if we had an endless supply.
She says: At it’s 2010 price of $14 this was a steal but even at 2011 prices, its a great value bottle of bubbles!