Mullineux Family, Olerasay 2° Straw Wine

Half-Bottle of Mullineux Family, Olerasay 2° Straw Wine - NV

Item # 43062 375mL
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Tasting Notes

A luscious dessert wine made from several parcels of old vines of Chenin Blanc vines planted in schist and granite-based soils. A blend of several vintages starting back to 2008 and through 2019 that were fractionally blended in old oak French barrels (225L). Olerasay is code for internal code at the winery for "Solera" as the Mullineux winery is unable to list the wine as Solera-aged, as per the local wine authorities. Straw wine is made from grapes that were harvested and then left to dry on straw mats. This allows the sugars and acidity to concentrate in each grape before the first pressing.


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About the Producer

Swartland, South Africa Mullineux is a small, highly focused family winery producing hand crafted wines from the granite, shale and schist based terroirs of the Swartland Region of South Africa. Andrea and Chris Mullineux are the proprietors. Chris was born in Cape Town, raised in Johannesburg. For 5 years he managed the vineyards and cellar of up a boutique organic winery in Tulbagh. Chris...

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Chenin Blanc

A versatile grape that is grown worldwide, but is most commonly associated with the Loire, California, Australia, South Africa, and New Zealand. It produces just about any type of wine you can think of: ageworthy dessert wines; delicious, honeyed dry whites; sparklers; and even bases for fortified wines and spirits. These days, one of the most exciting stories is in South Africa, where newly...

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