Bot River, a Cape region less recognized for grape cultivation, is home to a select group of outstanding producers crafting exceptional wines. Among them, Nabot stands out, cultivating organic Grenache Noir. The grapes are meticulously harvested, destemmed, and subjected to skin fermentation in large plastic bins until reaching dryness. Following this, the wine undergoes a nine-month aging period in seasoned oak barrels before being delicately filtered before bottling. This medium-bodied wine reveals an enchanting profile of red candied fruit and spice.