For Robert and Anette Rosenbach a long-held dream came true when they found this working farm in the scenic valley of McGregor, surrounded by vineyards, fynbos, a mystic range of mountains and next to the Vrolijkheid Nature Reserve. A wild fig tree gave the farm its name. Having relocated from Germany in 2009 they have turned the farm into a flourishing beauty where ecology and economy come together to make the best of nature and its products. They create an exclusive range of hand-picked and hand-crafted wines as well as distilling unique South African spirits in their 200 litre copper still which they brought with them from Germany.
Tanagra currently has 12.5 ha of vines in cultivation, mainly noble red wine cultivars. Tanagra is a boutique wine cellar producing only small amounts of high quality and unique red wines under the ‘Tanagra’ label.
Tanagra Wine Farm
McGregor Valley, South Africa
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Tanagra Wine Farm Wines
Tangra wines supplied by Newton Wines
Tanagra Blanc de Noir 2019
This pale rosé is elegant and dry yet still full of fruit on the palate which finishes with a touch of pepper and spice. Stunning!Grapes: Cabernet Franc Alcohol: 13
Tanagra Colombard 2018
A brilliantly made white, plenty of fruit left on the lees with a small proportion aged in oak. Who said Colombard couldn’t be classy!Grapes: Colombard Alcohol: 13%
Tanagra Heavenly Chaos 2017
Blue & black berries with a slightly herbal afternote, with hints of eucalyptus and violet. Deliciously smooth, with the Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc slightly jazzing up the Merlot’s soft tannin.Grapes: 74% Merlot, 13% Cabernet Sauvignon, 13% Cabernet Franc Alcohol: 14%
Tanagra Cabernet Franc 2015
The Cabernet Franc grape is proving to be a success story for South Africa, this wine is no exception! This Cabernet Franc displays a dark & intense purple colour. Expect a symphony of raspberries, cassis, violets and hints of pepper. Rich finish with gentle ripe tannin and fruit.Grapes: Cabernet Franc Alcohol: 14%
Tanagra Carah 2016
Half Cabernet Sauvignon and half Shiraz, which are usually a speciality of Australia and found less often in the Cape. The name ‘Carah’ reflects the blend of cultivars (Ca[bernet] [Sy]rah) by using the French name of the cultivar, Syrah. This wine is wild- yeast and whole berry fermented, then oak-matured. Peppery and spicy with notes of plum, blackcurrant and cassis. Rich and elegant berry and fruit aromas. Soft and ripe tannins. A juicy and smooth finish. We just love this type of ‘New World’ blend – the Cabernet Sauvignon brings in structure and depth and combines it with the ripe spice and earthiness of the Shiraz. This wine is perfect to enjoy now or within (at least) the next 5 – 6 years.Grapes: 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 50% Shiraz Alcohol: 14.5%
Tanagra Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
This is Dark purple colour. Aromas of cassis, eucalyptus, blackcurrant and hints of tobacco. Rich fruit with spicy aftertaste lingering on palate. Solid well intergrated tannins and a lovely line of acidity balance well with the fruit. This is both elegant and accessible with potential to age. Drink now until 2026.Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon Alcohol: 14%
Tanagra Shiraz 2015
The McGregor valley is ‘Shiraz country’ – it provides ideal conditions for producing rich and bold Shiraz. This Tanagra Shiraz shows a great balance between rich fruit and earthy spice. It is a bold and yet elegant wine with excellent structure.
Dark purple colour. Succulent fruit perfectly balanced with earthy spice. Rich and longlasting finish with gentle ripe tannin.
It is perfect to enjoy now or within (at least) the next 5 – 6 years.
Tanagra Orange Liqueur
A rich and juicy sweet symphony of orange flavours, blossom fragrance with orange peel and orange juice, strong citric – freshness, well balanced candy-like sweetness with a long after taste.
this drinks beautifully on its own but can be added to sparkling wines or works well as a cocktail ingredient.
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