"Interestingly enough, when one looks at the different grape varietals pioneered in South Africa, Pinotage only represents eight percent of the production, which was certainly a surprise to me. Slightly more intense Pinotage than the Riebeek recommended elsewhere in this report, this dark-colored 2010 possesses cranberry and cherry richness intermixed with some spice box, earth and herbs. It is fresh, medium-bodied and could be served chilled if readers desire, given its Beaujolais-like weight and texture. Drink it over the next 1-2 years. - Robert Parker"
- Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate (June 2012), 87 points