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The Tea Leaf





Tea Leaf hails from the uniqueness of the vineyards where the grapes from these wines grow; among South Africa's native rooibos (red tea) plants that grow wild among vines, protected from removal and yet to be successfully cultivated anywhere else in the world. In the infancy of winemaking, the juice from these grapes are almost grey in color, with hints of green-tea aromas that waft around the cellar as the grapes are crushed and pumped into the tank. Tea Leaf is an English rhyming slang for "thief", linked to the grapes which are "stolen" off in the cool twilight hours and delivered to the winery where the delightful concoction is made.

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