The honey gold bunches are harvested from block number 6, a registered single vineyard. At 28 years old it is the oldest vineyard on the estate. Cool, southerly aspects, combined with fresh maritime breezes provide ideal conditions for optimal ripening of the grapes. The yield of the vines is low, around 5 tons per hectare. The soils are made up of deep decomposed granite.
The wine has a pale golden yellow colour. The nose is complex and begins with fresh aromas of tropical fruit and honeysuckle, with undertones of subtle butter scotch and spicy acacia karoo. The Palate is rich and full bodied with a creamy texture and is livened by a fresh acidity and has a lingering, crisp finish. Honeyed aromas and flavours will develop with aging in the bottle.