BlankBottle "Master of None" 2017

Blend of Grenache Noir / Cinsault / Pinot noir / Syrah (Shiraz) / Roussanne
A still red wine from the Western Cape region of South Africa.


Elegant and easy to drink. Intriguing, unexpected nose.

Tasting Notes

The 2017 Master of None from BlankBottle is intriguing and comes through with the sweetness of the sapodilla fruit.

On the mouth it is very elegant. Pleasant and incredibly drinkable.

The finish is medium long.

89
Score 89

My score / points

BlankBottle "Master of None" 2017
Master of None (2017) Review
Estate making Master of None Estate BlankBottle
Master of None (2017) Label Master of None
Style of Master of None Style Red & Still
Country of BlankBottle Country South Africa
Region of BlankBottle Region Western Cape
Grape blend of Master of None Grapes Grenache Noir, Cinsault, Pinot noir, Syrah (Shiraz), Roussanne
Vintage of Master of None Vintage 2017
My review of Master of None Points
89

How it's made

The wine undergoes spontaneous fermentation.

   

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Pinot noir

Red wine grape variety

Pinot noir is a type of red wine grape that belongs to the Vitis vinifera genus. It’s also probable that the name refers to wines produced mainly from Pinot noir grapes. The name comes from the words “pine” and “black” in French. The name pine refers to the grape variety’s tightly clustered, pine cone-shaped fruit bunches.

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Roussanne

Varietal

Roussanne is a white wine grape that originated in France’s Rhône wine region and is commonly blended with Marsanne. Apart from Marsanne, it is the only other white variety permitted in the appellations of Crozes-Hermitage AOC, Hermitage AOC, and Saint-Joseph AOC in the northern Rhône. It is one of six white grapes permitted in the Châteauneuf-du-Pape AOC in the southern Rhône, where it can be blended into red wines. Roussanne is also grown in New World wine-growing regions like California, Washington, Texas, South Africa, and Australia, as well as European wine-growing regions like Crete, Tuscany, and Spain.

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