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Lot 46

Chateau Libertas
Red halves, 1970
6 (1 x 6) 375ml

Sold for R 6 500
Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 7 397

Estimate R 4 500 - 5 500


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Believed to be South Africa’s oldest red blend, Chateau Libertas was established by Dr William Charles Winshaw in 1932 to introduce a lightly wooded dry red blend. It has been produced every year since. A unique blend of Cinsaut, Cabernet Sauvignon and later Pinotage, vintages such as 1940, 57 and 61 are remarkably composed and revered today, even in 375ml bottle. The 1970 is medium-bodied, pure-fruited and elegant, aging into a true South African icon.

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