Set sail upon calm waters with this classic Sauvignon Blanc. Made with handpicked grapes cooled by the Atlantic ocean breeze, this elegant, bone-dry wine provides aromatic tropical fireworks and freshness on the palate. Versatile and refreshing, it’s a must as a summer day chilled apéritif or at a picnic with friends. Serve it with a seafood platter or a goat’s cheese tartlet.
TASTING NOTE | DOWNLOAD TASTING NOTE Rich aromas of green figs, blackberry leaf and ripe tropical fruit, follow through to a lively palate and lingering finish.
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James Suckling Report 2023 - Silver
Platter's by Diners Club South African Wine Guide 2023 - 3.5 Stars
Mundus Vini Spring Tasting 2023 - Silver
Concours Mondial Du Sauvignon 2023 - Gold
Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2023 - Gold
Decanter World Wine Awards 2023 - Bronze
International Wine and Spirits competition 2023 -Bronze 86 points
Serve chilled with fresh seafood, salads or roast chicken.
TERROIR / SOIL
East-facing, deep oakleaf and Clovelly soils on the Tygerberg Hills.
VINEYARD AND CLIMATE CONDITIONS
Dryland, trellised vines with an average age of 15 years yielded the grapes for this wine. Moderate summers with low night temperatures and cold winters create a perfect micro-climate for Sauvignon Blanc grapes.
Grapes were harvested with a new technology harvest machine early in the morning while the ambient temperatures are still very low and the grapes cool. We harvested at optimum ripeness (between 21° and 23° Balling). Skin contact was allowed for 4 hours at 10°C. Only free-run juice drained by gravity was used for fermentation. The wine fermented in stainless-steel tanks between 12° and 14°C. After fermentation, the wine matured on its lees for 3 months before racking and bottling.