Director s reserve red
The grapes used to create this unique red blend originated from Tokara's premium vineyards on the slopes of the Simonsberg Mountain. There is a hint of herbal spice on the mid-palate which leads to fine, firm tannins on the finish. This wine has a stunning depth of colour displaying an intense garnet centre and a ruby rim The nose is subtle at first, but then opens up to red and black fruits with hints of dried herbs, eucalyptus, cedar wood and graphite The flavours are those of dark cherries, raspberries and blackcurrant
PETER BEAUCLERK DEWAR, born in 1943, a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, is a professional genealogist and a former honorary director of the Association of Genealogists and Record Agents. Also lieutenant in the Royal Naval Reserve 1975. Peter is a direct descendant of Charles II and his famed mistress Nell Gwyn. Illustrated by DONALD ADAMSON, born in 1939. Also with double page pedigree of Beauclerk Family, Dukes of St. Albans Nell Gwyn was said to be by far the most popular of all the king's mistresses – largely because of her ready wit but perhaps also because she was beautiful and never put on airs and graces, never forgot old friends, and remained faithful to her 'Charles III' (he was her third lover of that name) to the end. Several members of his family made notable contributions in their time to civic, sporting and military life. Meanwhile, through his mother. London William Kimber & Co. Ltd., 1974. Red hardback First Edition 0718304039 in dustwrapper.260 pps red cloth lettered gilt to spine. Inscription message on end page by Sheelagh Pearson, wear and tear to dustcover.