In a country known for its warmth and sunshine, they have found a place of cool temperatures and maritime breezes. Maximising the rich potential of our soils, they planted virus-free vineyards with cultivars carefully chosen to match their terroir and reflect this unique sense of place. This boutique wine farm produces small volumes of superior award winning wines, you love to drink.
Depth and clarity are the defining characteristics of this wine. The nose shows gentle wood smoke, oyster bed, seville orange and lime peel, orange flower water as well as buttery, lactic notes. The flavour profile of the wine is decidedly fresh and cool, balanced tantalisingly with a rich, unctuous palate.
Claudia is a traditional method bottle fermented sparkling wine made from Pinot noir (24%) and Chardonnay (76%.) Claudia is synonymous with celebration, and should be opened at every occasion. It's lively acidity makes it an ideal partner for seafood and sushi, and it should be no stranger to the dinner table.
A warm 2011 vintage brings us a concentrated and powerful Pinot noir. On the nose, perfumed dark red fruits combine with earthy, cinnamon tones and a delicate smokiness from maturation in small French oak barrels. In the mouth, the wine is generous and full, showing bright red fruits and sleek tannins.
This typical Provence style rosé is a classic blend of 65% Mourvedré, 21% Grenache and 14% Syrah. The nose delivers beautiful aromas of Turkish delight, strawberry and rose petal together with a hint of smoked salmon and dried apricot. These delicate f lavours follow through on the palate and maintains a full flavour profile through out
Serve ice bucket cool. On the nose, floral notes intermingle with classic gooseberry and lime aromas. The palate is fresh and dry, with Sauvignon blanc's classic acidity running through it, finishing with a touch of succulent yellow plum. This is a versatile entertaining wine.
Syrah from the cool Hemel-en-Aarde Ridge brings white pepper, liquorice, and black cherries to the blend. The Mourvèdre contributes soft wild berry fruit and spice, softening out the blend. Moderate use of new oak supports fine tannins on the palate.