From our well-known Three Pines vineyard. The grapes were hand-harvested and hand-sorted and fermented in open tanks with hand-punchdowns throughout. Matured for 20 months in small French oak, 70% new. A small amount of Cabernet Franc (4%) and Petit Verdot (7%) was blended in to enhance the mouthfeel and perfume. An excellent vintage of Cabernet that will reward careful cellaring.
This wine has been a 2x Six Nations Wine Competition trophy winner; a 4x Platter 5-star wine; and a 2x Old Mutual Trophy winner.
From the next-door Lingen vineyard, owned by the Krige family. A unique blend of Syrah (59%), Cabernet Sauvignon (10%), Petit Verdot (31%). Lingen has vilafonte soils, different from the red...
This is our “cafe” Pinot Noir, made for summer sipping at our Postcard Cafe. It is a blend of three Elgin region vineyards. Elgin pinots are characterised by dark cherry...
Not the most typical South African Sauvignon Blanc, a fairly tropical style with a nice backbone of acidity. We barrel fermented about 20% of the wine in neutral oak for...