This Bordeaux-style wine fuses two of the world’s great classical red cultivars to create a wine of elegance, power and individuality. The soil, sun and aspect of De Wetshof allows the wine to express freshness, bright red fruit and a delicate plushness. Typical Merlot and Cabernet characteristics, however, lie at the core. Here intense dark berries, bittersweet chocolate en pencil shavings abound, while palate weight, depth of presence and a lasting finish enhance the experience of drinking a red wine of substance and pedigree. Food Suggestions: A wine to drink on its own, the Thibault can also be enjoyed with roast beef and lamb, fillet steak with a mushroom-based sauce and hearty beef, lamb or game casseroles.