Established in 1714 by two Frenchmen from the city Montpellier (“Spyseniersberg” or “Chef’s Mountain”) in France, this historic Cape Dutch Wine Estate recently celebrated its 300th anniversary. Steeped in a rich history of wine making, Montpellier is renowned for producing wines with integrity and character representative of the Tulbagh Valley terroir.
Cultivars: 48% Merlot; 38% Cabernet Sauvignon; 9% Shiraz, 5% Petit Verdot
This full-bodied plum red wine abounds with red fruits, plum and rose petals. It is well balanced in both tannin and acidity adding a firm yet elegant mouth feel making this a wine of delight for the connoisseur and novice alike.