Elgin | The Kogelberg Biosphere is a UNESCO World Heritage site, stretching from Gordon’s Bay to Bot River lagoon and inland to Grabouw and the Groenland Mountain. With over 1600 different plant species, it is one of the world’s richest sites for plant diversity. The Paul Cluver estate forms part of this biosphere. Paul Cluver Seven Flags Pinot Noir Andries believes that the essence of a great Pinot noir is the purity of fruit and the structure of the wine. This wine has this essence, substantiated by its natural acidity. The colour has a wonderful luminosity, reminiscent of ripe cherries. The nose holds a combination of red berry, spice, mushrooms and dark chocolate. The palate is a continuation of all found on the nose. Structured and poised, with a tantalizing mineral core. Paul Cluver Estate Pinot Noir This wine has a lovely luminosity – the colour is bright plum skin. The nose has delicate earthy almond aromas combined with cranberry, pomegranate and raspberries. On the palate these characteristics follow through combining with interesting seaweed, umami savory flavours. Paul Cluver Village Pinot noir Beautiful aromas of red fruits intermingle with roasted spices followed by a delicious, elegant silky palate of poached ripe plums resulting in medium bodied wine with soft edges. Crafted for drinking now, it has the structure and fruit to be enjoyed for two years and beyond.