Boschendal lies between the Simonsberg and Drakenstein mountains an hour’s drive from Cape Town. The name Bos-en-dal, or wood and valley, reveals its essence: a breathtakingly beautiful valley basin of 1800 hectares. Location, the sheer scale, natural splendour and history make exploring Boschendal compelling. It beguiles and inspires wonder with its unique spirit of place.
Tradional blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
The aroma offers little red apples and fresh leesiness and hints of citrus supported by discreet brioche, typical of classic bottle fermented sparkling wine. Extended lees contact gives a full and creamy mouthfeel with elegant minerality, good balance and a seamless finish. Enjoy as an aperitif or with fish dishes such as smoked salmon or fish terrine. Also excellent with picnic morsels such as a cream cheese and chive tart.
An excellent partner to a creamy chicken dish, like home made chicken pie or even a creamy Italian dish like Alfredo.