limited stock Saxenburg

PC Chardonnay

standard courier: 3 working days

Sold by: Saxenburg Wines

R 150

2015


Cultivar:

100% Chardonnay

Country:

South Africa

Rating:

89 Points - Robert Parker

Specifications:

13.50% alc vol Sugar g/l: 3.5
Type: White Wine Cellaring Potential: 5 yrs
Origin: Stellenbosch Appellation: Stellenbosch

Tasting Notes:

A lovely combination of citrus fruit, ripe pineapple flesh and freshly crushed almonds on the nose. Well balanced on the palate and ends with a nice fresh acidity. Creamy tannins and some butterscotch on the aftertaste.

Almond
Almond

Lemon Zest
Lemon Zest

Mango
Mango

Toffee
Toffee

Between two mighty oceans, on the southern tip of Africa, lies the historic Saxenburg Wine Farm. Here, memory and the seasons conspire with the cellarmaster’s craft to produce unique wines of consistent and exceptional quality. For centuries wayfarers bound for the East Indies found hospitality and relief at the Fairest Cape. At Saxenburg we extend this tradition and invite you to visit our world.

Trellised, no irrigation.

Hand picked. Fermented and matured in barrels: 20% new, 40% second fill, and 40% third fill.

225 and 300 litre French Oak Barrels from Burgundy.

Food pairing

Best enjoyed with seafood and lighter meat dishes.

Veal Soft Cheese Seafood Poultry
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