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Master of None 2019 - Blank Bottle - Western Cape, South Africa 75cl

COLOUR: RED

COUNTRY: SOUTH AFRICA

REGION: WELLINGTON

GRAPE: GRENACHE CINSAULT

BOTTLE SIZE: 75CL

WINEMAKER: BLANK BOTTLE

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£18.00
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'Clothes maketh not the man; judge my wines on what’s in the bottle, not the varietal on the label.'

Highly individual small production wines, each with its individual story, each made from specifically selected parcels of grapes from around the South African Cape.

“People like to label me. Some say I’m a winemaker, an ideas guy, a marketer, a surfer, an actor, a garagiste, a negociant, an entrepreneur. I prefer not to carry a label. To be honest, I wouldn’t know what to label myself. It’s like my wine, BLANK Bottle… it’s just a blank bottle. You can’t judge it by the label; it takes drinking a whole bottle to get to know the wine.” Pieter H. Walser

Pieter’s answer to Cru Beaujolais... super bright and juicy, bursting with wild strawberry, cherry and with an earthy, smoky undercurrent. Can be served slightly chilled

'We make 37 different varieties in the cellar. Master of None - playing with words referring to not being an expert in any one varietal or wine style, hence the saying: 'Jack of all trades, master of none.' 40% Wellington Grenache Noir, 30% Cinsault from Darling/Stellenbosch, 8% Elgin Pinot Noir, 8% Syrah from Swartland and 14% Voor Paardeberg Chenin.' Pieter Walser

SHIPPING & RETURNS

Birmingham deliveries

We offer FREE delivery for orders £40+ every Thursday & Saturday within a 10 miles radius of our Birmingham city centre venue (B55SL). We require orders by Wednesday for Thursday delivery, likewise Friday orders for Saturday delivery. For orders under £40 we charge £5 delivery within our 10 mile radius.

National deliveries outside Birmingham

We offer FREE UK delivery for all orders £75.00 or more. Orders placed before 10am on Monday will be delivered by Friday to addresses in mainland UK, providing the wines are in stock, with some postcode exceptions. Please note that orders placed online on Saturday or Sunday will be processed on Monday, for delivery by Friday the same week.
We have no minimum order, although there is a minimum delivery charge of £10.00 for orders under £75.00 in order to cover our logistical costs.
We try to ensure delivery within 5 working days, though your order will likely arrive sooner.
For orders under £75 we have worked hard to find the best price we can, bearing in mind that wine is both heavy and fragile. We use APC and DHL couriers who specialise in due care and diligence with fragile and liquids.

European and Worldwide Delivery

Please contact us direct for a quote. Given the complexity of shipping wine internationally we will provide a bespoke price based on requirements.

Bank Holidays

Our couriers do not operate over bank holidays, therefore additional time will be taken into account if an 'order to delivery window' is processed over a bank holiday.

Returns

We offer free replacement on all stock if proven to be damaged in transit.
If our products are proven to be out of condition on arrival we offer replacement stock to the same value.

 

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    'Clothes maketh not the man; judge my wines on what’s in the bottle, not the varietal on the label.' Highly individual small production wines, each with its individual story, each made from specifically selected parcels of grapes from around the South African Cape. “People like to label me. Some say I’m a winemaker, an ideas guy, a marketer, a surfer, an actor, a garagiste, a negociant, an entrepreneur. I prefer not to carry a label. To be honest, I wouldn’t know what to label myself. It’s like my wine, BLANK Bottle… it’s just a blank bottle. You can’t judge it by the label; it takes drinking a whole bottle to get to know the wine.” Pieter H. Walser