Botanica Wines Mary Delany Collection Pinot Noir 2018


Botanica Wines



Western Cape, South Africa




Wine Type

Wine Maker

Ginny Povall

Vineyard Notes

Single vineyard planted at The Western Cape, South Africa. The bush vines rest at an altitude of 200-350m in clay loam with decomposed bokkeveld shale and decomposed granite.

About the Wine Maker

Ginny Povall is the heart and soul behind Botanica, and much like Ginny herself, these wines beam with life and a great sense of purpose. Originally from Massachusetts, Ginny eventually made her home at Protea Heights, a farm on the outskirts of Stellenbosch. For several decades, Protea Heights established a reputation as the first farm in South Africa to cultivate their national flower, the Protea. Ginny continues growing flowers and in 2009 expanded the farm when she planted several hectares of vineyard. For over a decade now, she has poured herself into Botanica and quickly become one of the most exciting winegrowers in the region. Since the inaugural vintage in 2009, Botanica has consistently produced some incredibly compelling wines from very special, but often overlooked, regions and vineyards across the Western Cape. All the wines are vinified and bottled at Protea Heights. In addition to the Botanica range, Ginny now produces several wines under the Big Flower label, which utilizes the fruit grown on her property.

Tasting Notes

An expressive Pinot which shows hints of herbs and spice on the nose, with layers of bright cherry and strawberry fruit on the palate. Lovely fresh acidity, with a floral lift on the finish.

Wine Details

Residual Sugar: 1.9 g/l

PH: 3.62

Alcohol: 13%

Total Acid: 5.0 g/l

Bottles Produced: 3800

Bottle Size: 750 ml

Bottles Per Case: 12