Groot Phesantekraal was first granted in 1698 to Olof Bergh, then passed from the Bergh family to the Louws who lived there for several generations before it was eventually acquired by Arend Brink in 1897. While the Brink family originated in the Cape, Arend was a transport rider between the diamond and gold fields up north before settling on this farm on the outskirts of Durbanville. It is now in the hands of Andre Brink, the 4th generation at this farm on the north-east side of Durbanville where the sea breeze from the icy Atlantic meets the dry heat of the interior.
GROOT PHESANTEKRAAL Sauvignon Blanc 2022
The complex and intriguing nose displays a melange of cool tropical fruit, with passion fruit and guava. The palate is still youthful, with mouth-watering grapefruit and lemongrass notes along with cut grass and gooseberries.
Fresh, crunchy salads, grilled chicken or seared fish would make perfect partners.
24 in stock.
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