This translates to ‘Lily of Saron’. Saron is the name of the Natasha Williams’ hometown. She talks about the lily being symbolic of purity and humility, reflecting her winemaking philosophy.
And this wine is a wonderful example that exists to teach me the error of my judgmental ways.
Medium ruby with a medium(+) nose of red and black cherries, juicy red plums, cherry cola, vanilla, cloves, and liquorice.
Dry, medium(+) acidity, high alcohol but I’d guessed medium, smooth light tannins, and a medium(+) finish. There’s some light herbal mint and rosemary, and juicy confected blackberries (specifically the black wine gums). I’m kind of surprised by how easy drinking this is at 14%.
Vini + Viti:
Lelie van Saron translates to ‘Lily of Saron’, and Saron is the name of Natasha Williams’ hometown. She talks about the lily being symbolic of purity and humility -reflecting her winemaking philosophy.
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