With the Mont du Toit Hawequas Wellington WO, a first-class red wine comes into the swirled glass. In this, he reveals a wonderfully dense, crimson color. If you tilt the glass a little, a transition of the shade towards garnet red can be seen at the edges of this cask-aged wine. If you pan the glass, this red wine reveals a high density and abundance, which is evident in clear church windows at the edge of the glass. This Mont du Toit red wine reveals all kinds of blackcurrants, blueberries, blackberries and mulberries to the nose. As if this were not already impressive, further aromas such as black tea, oriental spices and cocoa bean are added due to the ageing in a small wooden barrel.