(2019) Super fresh, bright and elegant Sauvignon, a touch grassy, but beautifully clean and limpid, a real tangerine and lime brightness to the acidity, delicious and long, a really well balanced and pure expression.
(2019) Stainless steel fermented, this is a juicy, ripe take on Sauvignon, a bit more herbaceous than the Klein Constantia, a little more weight and leesy texture too. There’s a green bean oiliness to the texture and flavour, dry, full textured and juicy.
(2019) Clean, fresh pear fruit, lemony and bright, a whisper of herbaceous character, but clean and understated. Very pure and limpid lemon and melon fruit, edging into the tropical, but staying very pure and with a real ripeness and sweetness at its core that is lovely.
(2019) From the highest part of the property, there’s more elderflower here in this unlabelled and recently bottled sample. There’s a real punch of sweetness to the fruit, and possibly a touch of residual sugar, set against sweeping acidity that has a green edge, quite mineral and finishes balanced and dry. Price and stockist at time of review are for the previous vintage.
(2019) Fermented in barrel, then only around 10% new oak for maturation. A nice bold style, with plenty of vibrant punch and a nicely managed style wth some oak and buttery richness, but a shimmering freshness.