Chateau Libertas 750mm Red 1970 Value
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, especially in 750ml bottle.
The 1970 is medium-bodied, pure-fruited and elegant, aging into a true South African icon. This wine has been checked and re-corked by Amorim cork under supervision of auction curator Higgo Jacobs, assuring provenance, quality and long life. Seal codes cg-105067, tB-700680 can be traced on Amorim Recorking Directory
Estimated Price per Bottle R4500