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Flagstone Treaty Tree

2,695 KShs

On the nose summer fruits like: strawberry, cherry and black-ripe youngberry, cassis, fennel and the faintest hint of basil. The serious, creamy palate is complemented by concentrated flavours of: black cherry, wild mint, blueberry and dark chocolate.

Country: South Africa
Region: Western Cape 
Vintage: 2019
Grapes: 44% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Malbec, 16% Merlot, 13% Petit Verdot and 11% Cab Franc
ABV: 14.5% vol 
Suggested Food Pairings: This Bordeaux-style blend pairs well with: any beef or game bird dishes, like rosemary braised lamb shanks or a hearty venison pie.

  • Platter Wine Guide 2022:  (91)
  • Gold Ultra Wine Awards 2021
  • Ultra-Wine Challenge 2019
  • SA Sommeliers Selection 2019
  • Platter Wine Guide 2019
  • Michelangelo International Wine Awards 2018
  • Wine of the Month Club February 2018
  • Platter Wine Guide 2018
  • Veritas Wine Awards 2017
  • Michelangelo International Wine Awards 2017
  • Gold Wine Awards 2017

At Flagstone we aim to make wine that respects our 350 year old winemaking heritage, while always celebrating the magnificence of nature. We want to make gorgeous wines that stimulate your brain as much as they please your taste buds.

The wine is named after Cape Town’s ancient Treaty Tree still standing in: Woodstock. In 1509 this wind-sculptured Milkwood witnessed the massacre by local Khoi San of 64 of d’Almeidas infamous, battle-hardened Portuguese marines, who had foolishly abducted a Khoi San baby and attempted to take the infant back to their ships waiting in Table Bay. Then in 1806 a Peace Treaty was signed beneath its boughs after the British forces defeated the Batavian Republic at: the Battle of Blaauwberg.

This wine is crafted passionately with food in mind – We want the wine to make the food look good and add to the enjoyment of the whole dining experience. We have blended the wine to be at once layered and complex, but very drinkable.

This wine is proudly vegan. We use zero animal products in its production; electing plant-derived proteins instead. Interestingly, it maintains its status without: compromising character and because of this, it’s enhanced by the vegan-friendly process

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