Often, the first observation made about their wines is about the colour. The reds are perhaps among the darkest, deepest coloured wines to be found. This is a result of a combination of the terroir and the vinification process.
The cellar only produces a small quantity of wine and the winemaker assumes a hands-on and conscientious approach to each step. With creativity, he fine-tunes the whole wine package.
A strong nose of raspberry and fynbos with a hint of mint and violets. Very elegant wine with supple firm tannins and an underlying cherry fruit structure giving it a juicy but full finish. Drinking well now, but will benefit from a year to two bottle maturation.
Brick red wine with good colour. A nose of mulberries, red currant blackberry, cinnamon and with a hint of white pepper and aniseed . An aromatic spicy blend with supple, soft tannins for summer drinking. Serve slightly chilled. Enjoy now or keep up to 4 years.
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 Noble Late Harvest offers up honeyed walnuts, dried apricot, honey orange marmalade and pineapple. In the mouth, it is full-bodied sweet and powerful with refreshing acidity as well as massive concentration. Classic rich mouth reminiscent of Sauternes. Enjoy now or keep for up to 8 years. Enjoy with Blue Cheese or Crème Brule.