The history of the estate dates back to between 1696 and 1704, when the governor of the Cape left it to a certain widow named Cloete. This courageous woman was one of the first settlers who ventured into the inhospitable Swartland region. The early settlers were simple people, with only the most limited agricultural equipment and basic necessities to support themselves.
Wine: 20% Tinta Barocca; 20% Souzao; 20% Pontac; 10% Touriga Naçional; 10% Tinta Röriz; 10% Malvasia Rey; 10% Tinta Francesca. Deep ruby red in colour, with an abundance of alluring blackcurrant, raisin, fruit cake and honey aromas, velvety and rich wine with a soft and smooth lingering fruit cake finish.
Fantastic companion to chocolate after dinner.