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||91 Pts Wine Spectator||Size:||750ML
||Chenin Blanc, Viognier, Grenache Blanc, Semillon, Harslevelu
91 Pts Wine Spectator
"This sports ripe tangerine, clementine and persimmon notes, offset by racy streaks of honeysuckle, quinine and salted almond. A lingering lemon gÃ©lee accent adds length. Distinctive and delicious. Chenin Blanc, Viognier, Grenache Blanc, SÃ©millon and HÃ¡rslevelÃ¼. Drink now through 2019. 435 cases made. -JM"
"The nose is beeswax, honeycomb and a touch of roasted lime and struck match. White flowers on the edges, from some of the more aromatic varietals in the blend. The palate is striking. Brilliant tropical fruits with a juicy, fleshy texture. It's a wine that dances on your palate a bit longer than most others - it just feels and tastes amazing, with just enough citrus to tie it all together. So incredibly drinkable and delicious, this is one to buy in quantity.
Grapes are sourced from 5 different sites in the Swartland. The Chenin Blanc is planted on granite, koffieklip, and schist soils, the Viognier and the Harslevelu are planted on decomposed granite and clay, the Grenche Blanc is planted on decomposed granite and Malmesbury shale, and the SÃ©millon on granite and sand. Vineyards are farmed organically with minimal intervention. Vines are mostly dry farmed bush vines. All grapes were handpicked in the early morning during cooler weather, placed into lug boxes (smaller quantities mean reduced compaction and damage to the fruit) and then moved to cellar. Grapes are fermented with natural yeast, half in stainless steel at 58Â°F, and half in older 300 liter barrels. 15% of grapes were whole bunch fermented and spent 4 weeks on the skins. The wine ages for 12 months on the gross lees, after which it is blended and bottled without fining or filtering." - Importer