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The Wolftrap Red 2015

The Wolftrap Red 2015
The Wolftrap Red 2015



AppellationCoastal Region, South Africa



Bottle Size750 ml

CategoryRed Wine

ImporterVineyard Brands

Oak OriginFrench

Blend67% Syrah, 31% Mourvedre, 2% Viognier

Total Acidity4.80 g/L


Sugar3 g/L

The Wolftrap Red 2015 is a smoldering red wine that shows rich layers of fruits and spices. Vivid flavors of dark berries, violets, black pepper, and licorice combine for an enticing palate. The texture of the wine is velvety and rich, with hints of oak and soft tannins. This wine is luxurious and inviting, and it is easy to drink on any weeknight.

Pair it with a variety of delicious foods, such as spicy pasta dishes, grilled pork, or roasted meat dishes. It’s a great value wine and a nice accompaniment to any table.

Taste SummaryBlackberry, Floral, Licorice, Pepper

Wine QualitiesRich, Soft tannin


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This wine is definitely in my list of top 10 red wines. The flavor palate is definitely a little intense, so it isn't for the faint of heart. But I have a particular affinity for wines that have that licorice/leathery note to them, so I loved it!


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