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92 points

Black Rock 2004 Red (Swartland)

 — S.K.   Published 6/19/2007
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91 points

Black Rock 2004 White (Swartland)

A blend of 75% Chenin Blanc with some Chardonnay and Viognier, the fruit for this wine comes from cool, dry-farmed vineyards in Swartland. It has a great, pure fruit character, and it’s ripe, generous, balancing wood and acidity along with white fruit flavors, peaches and green plums. A touch of minerality completes…

 — R.V.   Published 11/15/2005
90 points

Black Rock 2005 White (Swartland)

This refreshing, citric blend of Chenin, Viognier and Chardonnay is lush but light, with an underlying minerality that offers restraint and clarity. The nose and palate are full of tropical fruit, lemon and lime and flowers. A classic, infectious wine.

 — S.K.   Published 7/1/2007
89 points

Black Rock 2006 Red Blend (Swartland)

A nose of minerals, black fruit and dried lavender is the start of this stylish wine from Black Rock. On the palate, assertive flavors of blueberry, cherry and spice are lifted by fresh minerality. The finish is clean but lingering. An intriguing wine that offers elegance with an exotic touch.

 — S.K.   Published 11/15/2008
87 points

Black Rock 2007 Red Blend (Swartland)

This intricate blend of Shiraz, Carignan, Grenache, Mourvèdre and Viognier offers aromas of cherry, herbs, spice and blueberry, followed by berry and spice flavors with a refreshing mineral backbone. A more restrained style with a complex finish.

 — S.K.   Published 9/1/2009
87 points

Black Rock 2007 White Blend (Swartland)

This blend of Chenin, Chardonnay and Viognier starts with an assertive nose of minerals and spice, leading into a balanced, smooth blend that is both fresh and elegant. Curvy apricot is laced with a bracing acidity and the finish, minerally and clean, lingers. Pair with fresh grilled seafood.

 — S.K.   Published 9/1/2009
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