As South Africa’s first black female winemaker, Ntsiki (En-Tee-Kee) Biyela has forged a path to become one of the most recognised names in the world of wine.
A delicious Bordeaux style blend from Ntsiki Biyela, South Africa's first black female winemaker. “Umsasane” is the local name for the umbrella acacia tree, which was also the nickname of Ntsiki's grandmother Aslina, a constant source of inspiration to her.
This blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot is a knockout that could easily pass for a high class Médoc.
Ripe red and black plums, smooth tannins, balanced acidity, bold vanilla, and tobacco notes with a long finish that creates a plush, comforting experience.