Testalonga Baby Bandito Follow your dreams

Exciting medium bodied natural red wine from South Africa.

Testalonga Baby Bandito Follow Your Dreams is a medium-bodied skin contact Red wine with fresh aromas of raspberries and violets. The palate has a bright acidity which is balanced by juicy Red cherry flavours and soft tannins, making this wine a perfect match to a Lamb Tagine. These are natural hand-crafted wines from low yielding vines with nothing added. 

The winery is owned by Craig hawkins who says: 'Baby Bandito is a project we started in 2015. We wanted to work with vineyards that deliver wines that can be drunk young yet still “over deliver” in quality one would expect from our most affordable wine.'

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£18.99

Style

  • 4/5

    Acidity

  • 4/5

    Tannin

  • 1/5

    Sweetness

  • Medium

    Alcohol

  • Medium

    Body

Aromas

  • Raspberry

  • Redcurrants

  • Red Cherry

  • Plum

  • Pomegranate

  • Floral

Details

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Wine TypeRed wine
ClosureNatural Cork
Alc. Vol12
Units9
RegionSwartland
CountrySouth Africa
Grape VarietalCarignan
Food PairingsRed Meat, Asian Dishes, Lamb

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What is Organic wine

What is Organic wine

Organic wine literally means the wine has been made from grapes which are farmed organically. This means no chemical fertilizers or herbisides have been used on the vineyard. 

Organic wine is defined as wine made with grapes farmed organically but this is just the first phase in organic wine making, the second phase invovles the fermentation and preservation process and this is also vital in definign organic wine. 

The defination of organic wine does vary country by country, in the US for example it is defined by the use or non use of perservatives such as sulphur but a seperate labeling system means a wine can be classed as Organic if the grapes are harvested from a 100% certifed farm even if sulphates are added at the winery. In the UK and Europe organic wine simply means that the grapes are farmed organically but to be certifed Organic the vineyards have to adopt specific practices throughout the winemaking process.