Pinotage not everyones cup of tea, almost like the marmite of the wine world you either love it or hate it.
This one is very much in the I love camp, like eating plums off freshly laid tarmac.
This is full of red fruits, plums and sour cherries, bright acidity and a little sour tasting on the finish.
Then there's the burnt rubber thing going on (appealing to me) noticeable tannins and a hit of oak.
There is also some spice and mocha but I think the overiding flavour of rubber and sourness (doesn't sound good but it works) are what this wine is all about and it's very easy to drink, perhaps a little too easy.
So a thumbs up from me and a nice unusual selection, thanks David.