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Vivino 2019 No.1 rated Chardonnay from South Africa
Bosstok refers to the untrellised bush-vine vineyards that make up more than half of the vineyards of the region. The Bosstok Pinotage vineyards grow close to the ground, producing lower yields of concentrated, flavourful grapes. A modern style that showcases the best Pinot Noir-like characteristics of softer side of Pinotage
Chenin Blanc thrives in the Mediterranean climate, deep soils and bush-vine vineyards of the region. Only the free-run juice (no pressing of the grapes) was used to preserve its clean and natural character, refreshing acidity and delicious ripe fruit flavours. Bursting with flavour, the very “more-ish” Chenin Blanc is the
This is a traditional-method bottle-fermented sparkling wine. The wine is light-yellow, with a green tinge. A refreshing style with lemon-drop and Granny-Smith apple aromas. Fresh quince and lively lemon zest on the palate. The finish is long with hints of biscotti and cookie dough flavours from the time on lees.
Skaapveld refers to the grazing land for sheep that adjoins many of the Shiraz vineyards in the region. Whether the sheep have any effect on the wine is open to debate, but they add a lively encouragement during harvest time. The distinctive Shiraz with dark fruit and spicy flavours continues to
The winery got very lucky in 2014. They were waiting for just the right moment to pick some of their best Cabernet blocks and watching the weather obsessively. Late on a Friday afternoon the following week’s forecast changed with a small amount of rain predicted for that Monday and Tuesday.
This wine is primarily built around a very stony vineyard that just seems to produce better and better quality as the vines age. Typical of the vineyards, it makes an elegant, floral wine rather than a big in-your-face style. This is the first year to begun introducing a small amount
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This is Stark-Conde’s only “estate” white wine. They have one block on the farm — the bottom vineyard, just as one drive into the gate — that is quite different than all the other blocks. Because it sits at a bottom of a steep slope as well as being very
This is the 15th vintage of this single-vineyard wine and it is believed one of the finest to date. 2014 threw some challenges, not least of which was a very small window for picking. It ended up picking the best blocks of Cabernet on a Sunday morning in order to avoid