The wine displays a stunning light straw colour with a brilliant green edge. The nose opens with aromas of Passion Fruit and Black Currant leaf subtly interplayed with Lemongrass and Elderflower. There is an amazing freshness as the wine enters the palate, with zesty grapefruit flavours leading to a creamy mid-palate and a lingering crisp finish.
Best served cold and drunk as an aperitif or with fresh summer oysters, asparagus with hollandaise sauce or fresh grilled yellowtail with salsa verde.
Tokara Sauvignon Blanc has claimed its place on the world stage as overall winner of the 12th Concours Mondial du Sauvignon in Brussels.
Best Sauvignon of the Competition and the only South African wine to bring home a trophy, Tokara Reserve Collection Sauvignon Blanc 2020 is a cool climate showstopper from Tokara’s Elgin vineyards and another feather in winemaker Stuart Botha’s cap.
12 in stock. As our stock is sold through our two retail outlets and online, stock levels are provided as a guide only and are liable to change.
Situated 50km to the east of Table Mountain, the TOKARA “home farm” is rested on the Simonsberg side of the Banghoek Valley, at elevations of between 350m and 550m. Soil profiles are of weathered sandstone and decomposed granite, the combination lending structure, perfume and longevity to our wines.
Our Highlands vineyard lies to the south of Stellenbosch in Elgin, a cool-climate area atop Sir Lowry’s Pass. Soils are predominantly Table Mountain sandstone imparting an ethereal scent to our Chardonnay and Sauvignon blanc.