Appearance: Fresh straw
Aroma: A wonderfully complex aroma of green figs, kiwi and gooseberries are supported by asparagus and hints of pawpaw and guava.
Palate: The tropical fruit flavours, particularly kiwi and litchi notes, give way to a fresh gooseberry character which is maintained by a beautiful minerality. This wine has a fresh, yet graceful mouth-feel and a crisp, clean finish.
Grape Varieties: Sauvignon Blanc 100%
Origin: Darling 37%, Stellenbosch 33%, Breedekloof 30%,
Winemaker: Philip van Staden
Alcohol: 13.57 vol%
Acidity: 6.1 g/l
Residual Sugar: 1.9 g/l
The grapes are sourced from various pockets of vineyards from the Breedekloof, Darling, Elgin, and Stellenbosch regions. The pockets were selected for their different characteristics that they instill in the wine. The vineyards ranged from 315m to 600m above sea level.
A diverse composition of soil and topography add complexity and an array of different characteristics to the wine.
VINIFICATION & STYLE
Reductive style of winemaking is used to preserve the aromatic fruit character of the wine. The wine was fermented at 12-14°C in stainless steel tanks until dry.