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.
An exquisitely complex nose of green limes, tangerine and bee’s wax. Less earthy than its 2013 counterpart, this vintage exudes slightly riper flavours. The palate is concentrated, fresh and in harmony thanks to a low percentage of new oak. Lime candy comes to mind, as a wonderful lanolin texture completes the finish.
Delicious with a seasonal Pasta Primavera.