Robertson delivers friendly, down-to-earth wines
If wine regions had personalities, Stellenbosch would most likely be the stately patriarch, a widely respected solid citizen, Franschhoek perhaps the glamorous trophy wife with a taste for bubbly, Swartland the bearded nonconformist hipster, but what about Robertson?
Robertson seems to me like a bit of a middle child — quietly going about its business (and doing pretty well at it), accustomed to not getting much attention and being somewhat overshadowed by louder siblings, not really seeking the limelight, a sociable, friendly, down-to-earth, hard-working soul...
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