Even though the first grapes were pressed in the country in 1659, South Africa has always been regarded as a New World wine-producing region. After decades of turbulence, the wine scene has found a new, confident voice and the country is now the source of incredibly exciting, unique wines. Terroir, old vines and a push towards sustainability and inclusion seem to be at the very core of South African wine production. From historical names to a plethora of uber-skilled new winemakers, South African wines reputation and standing is going from strength to strength.
"A classic maritime Sauvignon Blanc blended from the region’s diverse sites, this wine reveals the complexity of the varietal and unlocks its array of flavours showcased through various micro-climates. Discover a multi-layered, mouth feel, crisp vibrancy with flavours of Cape gooseberry and zesty fruit with a mineral finish, each layer the fingerprint of its origin."Armit Winesmore
Bottle 75cl £16.40