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Mukuzani, Duruji Valley, 2009

At first, this wine gives off a smell of oak, which is later replaced by the aroma of black berries and cooked plum ham. Its age is clear from its colour but this wine preserves quite powerful tannins in its flavour. Lovers of muscular wines aged in oak barrels would do well to choose this wine to accompany fatty pieces of pork fried over embers or liver kaurma (stew).

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