Originally part of the vast Peninsula estate of the first Cape governor, then subdivided from Buitenverachting in 1894. The farm now celebrates more than 30 years of modern-era wine production.
On the nose, the main fruits that jump from the glass are white peach and pear with a nuttiness that follows. The palate is complex as a result of the extended yeast contact and shows flavours of pears and a grapefruit tartness on the long finish.
This light, refreshing wine can be enjoyed on its own on a warm summer’s afternoon.