Grapes have been grown on Neethlingshof for more than 300 years or within 50 years of the Dutch East-India Company establishing a victualling station at the Cape to supply its passing ships. The farm was initially called De Wolvendans (The Dance of Wolves). Soon after full ownership of the farm was acquired by Johannes Henoch Neethling towards the end of the 1820s, the name was changed to Neethlingshof.
Bright straw colour with flashes of green. Turkish delight, rose petals and hints of jasmine and honeysuckle. Off-dry with a spicy character, traces of Turkish delight, an abundance of litchi and a zesty finish.