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Jordan Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Long Fuse

Jordan Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Long Fuse

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Jordan Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Long Fuse: Discover Bold South African Excellence


From the renowned Stellenbosch region of South Africa comes Jordan Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Long Fuse, a wine that beautifully showcases the power and finesse of this classic grape variety.  Stellenbosch's unique terroir, with its warm climate and varied soils, provides the ideal conditions for crafting world-class Cabernet Sauvignon. Let's delve into the tasting notes to unveil the richness within.

Tasting Notes

  • Appearance: Intense ruby red with a slight garnet hue hinting at its maturity.
  • Nose: A bouquet of ripe blackcurrant and cassis bursts forth, followed by notes of cedarwood, tobacco leaf, and a subtle hint of fresh bell pepper.
  • Palate: The palate delivers on the nose's promise with concentrated dark fruit flavours. Layers of black cherry and blackberry are intertwined with hints of spice like black pepper and vanilla. The tannins are structured and well-integrated, providing a firm backbone and a lingering finish with a touch of savoury complexity.

Food Pairing Suggestions

Jordan Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Long Fuse is a versatile food wine with its bold structure and ripe fruit character. Here are a few delicious pairings:

  • Classic Pairings: Pair this wine with hearty, meat-centric dishes like grilled steak, roast lamb with rosemary, or a venison stew with root vegetables.
  • Cheese Delights: Complement this Cabernet Sauvignon with rich cheeses like aged cheddar, Gouda, or a flavourful blue cheese.
  • Global Spices: This wine stands up well to dishes with vibrant spices and bold flavours. Try it with Moroccan lamb tagine, spiced beef rendang, or grilled peri-peri chicken.

About Jordan Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Long Fuse

This wine is crafted from carefully selected Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grown on the slopes of Stellenbosch, one of South Africa's most acclaimed wine regions. Meticulous winemaking techniques like extended maceration contribute to the wine's concentrated flavours and fine-grained tannins.


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