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Groenekloof Sauvignon Blanc

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R 100

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750 ml (Standard)


100% Sauvignon Blanc


South Africa


91 Points - Tim Atkin


13.00% alc vol Sugar g/l: 1.6
Type: White Wine Cellaring Potential: 3 to 5 yrs
Origin: Darling Appellation: Groenekloof

Tasting Notes:

Pale straw like colour with attractive green hues. Bright tropical aromatics, with subtle herbacious undertones. The palate is elegant with delicately detailed sweet tropical fruit and a lively acidity, refined minerality, poised palate, textured and a long flavoursome finish.

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Groenekloof is situated near Darling on a series of hills running along the Cape West Coast. Strongly influenced by the interaction of soil, topography and climate, this Sauvignon Blanc is lively, complex and reflective of its origin.

These bush vines are low-yielding vineyards with no supplementary irrigation. The soil consists of predominantly decomposed granite and clay with good water-retention capacities.

The juice was cleaned by means of flotation after it was racked and inoculated to ferment at low temperatures. The wine was left on the lees for 3 months before blending and bottling.

Food pairing

Fresh seafood and summer salads.

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