Backsberg Elbar, 2005

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Anything associated with ‘Back’ be it Charles Back, Backsberg, Fairview, MAN Vintners or Senga Wines is tipped for greatness. I’m out of my league drinking such a , as it runs circles around my 5 year old palate being predominately , with lashings of , a dollop of Mourvedre, essences of , a taste of Petit Verdot and smatterings of and . This wine is a melange of wine in one wine and thus is one to drink with intrigue and wonder, a wine of such integration is a symbol of the new and a pleasure to drink.

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  • John

    Elbar as described above and then there was Bella Rosa (dry rose’) and soon will be Aldorina (amazing white – still under wraps)- you read about it first at Grape Thinking!

  • John

    Elbar as described above and then there was Bella Rosa (dry rose’) and soon will be Aldorina (amazing white – still under wraps)- you read about it first at Grape Thinking!

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