Situated in the Franschhoek valley where vineyards have been planted since the late 1600s, when exiled French Huguenots brought their viticultural know-how to their new home in South Africa.
The best quality grapes were selected and picked at optimum tannin ripeness, gently crushed and fermented in small open top
fermenters. The wine matured for 12 months in small, third-fill French oak barrels.
Medium-bodied wine with layers of mint, chocolate, plum and mulberry. Full and elegant, with a long conclusion. Pairing well with Beef, lamb, veal and stew.