An elegant blend with cedar, liquorice and cassis on the nose supported by a complex, well-rounded tannin structure.Vineyard Notes Soil: Decomposed Granite Decomposed Granite (Hutton, Clovelly Soils) (Hutton, Clovelly Soils)Orientation: South West facing South East facingWinemaking Report2016 Harves..
Primary aromas of Citrus and honeysuckle with wonderful minerality followed by a discreet taste ofvanilla and a creamy texture. This is achieved by months of lees contact in combination with maturationin elegant French oak barrels.Vineyard NotesClone: CY76 Soil: Decomposed Granite (Hutton, Clovelly ..
This unwooded Pinotage offers an explosion of dark fruit aromas on the noseconsisting of Blackcurrants, Blueberries and Dark cherries. The structure is elegant and shows class. A true ode to the iconic Pinotage variety which expresses the quality of the Aaldering terroir.Vineyard NotesSoil: Decompos..
Intense golden hue. Beautiful Botrytis notes with honeycomb and apricots on the nose. Succulentflavours of dried pears and green figs together with wonderful sucrosity and an elegant, lingering palate.Vineyard NotesClone: SB316 Soil: Decomposed Granite (Hutton, Clovelly Soils)Rootstock: Richter 99 O..
Harvest 2017 started 2 weeks later than 2016 on the23rd of January 2017. What started off as a very dryseason, stayed rather cool in comparison with the previous vintage. We had very little rain, but theclimatic conditions were very favorable with cooler days that helped with flavor and color produc..
Terroir reflects on the taste, no glass will be left to waste.You will embrace the petal of a rose, layered gently on this pale wine´s nose.Strawberry dewdrop from a finger, with crispy watermelon to linger…Vineyard NotesClone PI48A Soil: Decomposed Granite (Hutton, Clovelly Soils)Rootstock: Richter..
Lovely described as liquid caviar, this truly reflects our Terroir.Concentrated spice but yet sweet, hidden behind a blueberry treat.Even hints of a Jasmine flower, will be enjoyed in this flavour tower…Vineyard NotesSoil: Decomposed Granite (Hutton, Clovelly Soils). Clone: SH9D and SH1Rootstock: Ri..
The nose is dark and brooding with ripe currents, cherries and plums backed by white pepper and cedar.The palate is full and juicy with polished tannins and a lively acidity bringing freshness and length.With maturation the tannins will round and the wine will move from being broad and generous to m..
The nose shows black currant, sour cherries and strawberry with black tea and oak derived notes of vanilla, dark chocolate and cigar adding savoury elements.The entry is smooth with a rounded mid palate and chalky tannins adding a gentle dryness to bring length.Mature for 5 to 10 years...
Colour: Deep, ruby red.Nose: black berry, ripe plum, liquorish, fenel…Palate: Fresh ripe fruit up front. The tannin is chalky and mouth filling and leads to a gentle dryness that counters the fresh fruit and brings length..
The wines colour has a youthful purple, and on the nose, there are lovely primary red fruits like blueberries and blackberry with a hint of anise. The pallet is clean and elegant with dark chocolate and cherry fruits. The tannins on the finish are very soft, making you think the wine is older than 2..
The wine is pale in colour with a vibrant green hue in the glass. On the nose, vibrant aromas of white pears and apricots with nuances of lemon comes to mind. As the wine evolves in the glass, aromas of apricot become more evident...
A vibrant onion skin colour comes to mind. Sweet aromas of red fruit are supported by apricots and peaches. The Chardonnay grapes add to the core of the wine, with Pinot Noir providing some depth of flavour on the mid-palate. Such great companions in one..
This wine is made from Cabernet Franc planted on an old seabed in the Helderberg Basin. The soils reminded me very much of the Graves region in Bordeaux, allowing me to spot the potential to make a great wine from these vineyards that are threatened by Ur..
This is a combination of grapes from the second oldest vineyard of Chenin Blanc in South Africa, planted in 1947, and another 56 year old bushvine vineyard. The wine was made with the absolute minimum intervention and to allow the old vines to express the..