A Constantia sweet wine made from Muscat de Frontigan grapes. The famous grape variety of the Constantia Valley. Winemaker Teddy Hall best known for top end dessert wines. Only 2 vintages of Constantia Nectar were made (the 2009 and the 2010). Note that Constantia sweet wines are not botrytis cinereqa wines.
Also known as ‘Steen’, the Chenin grapes from these 30- to 50-year-old vineyards revealed even more quality and intensity than could have been hoped for, proving that age eliminates the need for blending to achieve a high quality and intense white wine in a classic style.
Named after the grandmother, Hope Marguerite Beaumont, this barrel fermented and matured Chenin Blanc is always elegant and complex.
The grapes selected for this Cabernet Sauvignon have resulted in a richly satisfying wine which displays nuances of chocolate and ripe red berry fruits. A well balanced and elegant wine where French oak compliments the intense fruits so typical of the cool Elgin climate.
Named after Ariane Beaumont. Dark berry fruit aromas with an elegant oak influence followed by dark broody black berry fruit and hints of spice on the palate. 4 Bordeaux varietals, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Merlot
This exquisite blend of Chadonnay and Pinot Noir sees the fusion of 2 classic cultivars from the cool slopes of the Darling Hills. The result is a crisp and enigmatic bubbly, that stirs the senses and excited the palate with every sip.
A red blend of Pinotage and Petit Verdot grapes resulting in a wine which has an intensely dark blueish colour. A full bodied rich wine with supple soft tannins but which has a lively long finish. The nose has a hint of cinnamon, blueberries, fruit cake and wild heath on the nose.
This Pinot Noir has been nurtured from start to finish. Meticulously managed vineyards, hand sorted grapes and gentle cellar practices have resulted in a wine that displays beautifully defined red berry fruits, an intriguing hint of violets on the nose and a rounded structure imparted by subtle use of French oak.
Pineapple, ripe pear, baked apple and apricot on the nose following through with complex, rich, creamy and full of tropical fruit on the palate.
This wine has a well balanced acidity which is supported by a crisp, refreshing palate.
Light yellow with a tinge of green in colour. Citrus and peach on the nose. The wine has a lots of fruit with natural acid and a long lingering finish on the palate.
The wine has a pale lime colour, a fruit forward nose of green apples, pear and apricot with hint of straw and honeycomb. The palate is full and rich with a mineral core and refreshing finish.
The natural fermented process shows apple and citrus notes on the nose with a perfectly balanced pallet. Fermented in older 225L French Oak barrels.
The Usana Chenin Blanc is a beautifully balanced wine. The natural fermentation added a softer, creamier mouthfeel while the oak added complexity and body to the wine. On the nose and palate there are hints of white peach and pear, a hint of apple with a touch of toastiness from the barrel aging.