Tinashe Nyamudoka says that wine making is not part of African Tradition. But with his Kumusha wines he is trying to make approachable wines that not only those in Africa to enjoy, but those around the world that are looking for Natural Wines at an afford
Juicy but dry is a simple way to describe this South African wine. Dark cherries combine with raspberry up front giving it a fruity welcome to the palate. Tannins in the mid-palate creates a black olive savoriness that dries out the fruit a little bit and leans out the juiciness. With a drier palate, black berry fruit comes out on the finish, still being dry, but rounding out the wine with some fruit.