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Anthonij Rupert Wynes Receive Top Marks from Wine Spectator



Anthonij Rupert Wyne in Franschhoek, who continually strives to produce wines of superb quality, has once again been acknowledged for their passion and dedication.  In the latest issue of Wine Spectator, both the Anthonij Rupert Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 and Anthonij Rupert Cabernet Franc 2009 received an impressive 92 points, a score regarded by the magazine as “Outstanding:  a wine of superior character and style.”

 

Wine Spectator is regarded as one of the industry’s most influential international publications. It consists of the most experienced team of wine journalists in the world, including 17 tasters and tasting coordinators who work together closely to review nearly 20 000 wines each year. Jointly, their nine senior tasters have more than 140 years of tasting experience.

 

Wines within the Anthonij Rupert portfolio to receive recognition by the same publication include:

 

Wine Score
Anthonij Rupert 2007   95
Anthonij Rupert Cabernet Franc 2008   91
Anthonij Rupert Cabernet Franc 2006   93
Anthonij Rupert Cabernet Franc 2005   91
Anthonij Rupert Cabernet Sauvignon 2008   92
Anthonij Rupert Cabernet Sauvignon 2007   93
Anthonij Rupert Cabernet Sauvignon 2006   92
Anthonij Rupert Cabernet Sauvignon 2005   92
Anthonij Rupert Syrah 2007   93
Anthonij Rupert Syrah 2006   92
Anthonij Rupert Syrah 2005   91
Anthonij Rupert Merlot 2007   91
Anthonij Rupert Merlot 2006   91
Anthonij Rupert Merlot 2005   91
Anthonij Rupert Optima 2009

  90

 

Grapes for both wines were picked by hand, placed into small lug boxes and transported to the cellar in a cool truck. In the cellar, the whole berries were manually double-sorted and then gravity-fed into fermentors. Each batch was cold soaked for a few days and then slowly brought up in temperature. Malolactic fermentation occurred naturally in the barrel. The Cabernet Franc was aged for 18 to 24 months in 225 litre new French oak barrels, bottled unfiltered and bottle aged for a year. The Cabernet Sauvignon was aged for 18 to 24 months in 90% new French oak, bottled unfiltered and bottle aged for two years.

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Author: Bernhard Ernst


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