Awards and approval for Bouchard Finlayson

The Hemel-en-Aarde winery Bouchard Finlayson has won a horde of awards and accolades for a vintages recently: The 2013 Bouchard Finlayson Galpin Peak Pinot Noir won a Gold award in a 2016 Global Pinot Noir Masters awards, presented by a European drinks trade announcement The Drinks Business, to recognize and prerogative a excellent Pinot Noirs in a world. Bouchard Finlayson’s flagship red was a usually South African booze between a value of GBP20 to GBP30 to win a Gold.

Awards and approval for Bouchard Finlayson

In a US, American booze bible Wine Spectator placed a 2012 comparison (Galpin Peak Pinot Noir 2012) in a Top Wines list in a Jun 2016 issue, giving it a rating of 92 out of 100. Wine Spectator’s comparison editor and South Africa consultant James Molesworth remarkable that a comparison “offers a toasty frame, with cedar, dusty anise and cinnamon annals around steeped black cherry and blackberry coulis flavours”. The same emanate also has Molesworth embody a Bouchard Finlayson 2013 Hannibal in his essay Recent Vintages From South Africa Showcase The Country’s Diversity, in that he highlights and praises a rising peculiarity and farrago of South African wines.

In a prior May 2016 issue, he awarded a 2013 Hannibal 90 points: “Velvety raspberry, blackberry and blueberry fruit is equivalent with a spirit of graphite, picking adult comfortable flake and scent annals along a way. Toasty, though a fruit simply wins out. Sangiovese, Pinot Noir, Nebbiolo, Mourvèdre, Shiraz and Barbera. Drink now by 2017.”

The 2013 Bouchard Finlayson Missionvale Chardonnay also perceived 90 points in a same issue: “Offers developed pear, fig and yellow apple fruit, with risque edge. Hints of matchstick, honeysuckle and chamomile widen out a extensive finish. Drink now by 2017.”

And in a UK

The Wine Merchant in a UK duration voted both a 2013 Galpin Peak Pinot Noir and 2014 Crocodile’s Lair Chardonnay into a The Wine Merchant Top 100 list, as published in a May 2016 issue. Now in a fourth year, The Wine Merchant Top 100 is a usually foe for wines directed exclusively during a UK’s eccentric booze merchants, judged by a merchants themselves. This year’s winners were comparison from a record margin of some-more than 650 entries by a row of 20 eccentric booze merchants, overseen by a foe director, David Williams of The Observer. Bouchard Finlayson’s Crocodile’s Lair was a usually white South African booze comparison for a list.

Back on home turf, a editor of and manager of a SA Wine Cellar Classifications, Mike Froud, showcased a Top 100 South African wines over a past 10 years, i.e. a 100 many rarely rated SA wines opposite a widespread of vintages between 2006 and 2015 – including Bouchard Finlayson’s Galpin Peak: “Ten years’ tasting results, a best lane records, involving a tip tasting panels, internal and general – a pooling of consultant opinions about South African wines as reviewed around a globe.”

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