This wine has a light yellow colour with a green tinge. The Diemersfontein Sauvignon Blanc displays fresh acidity and a delightful spectrum of ripe tropical fruits like pineapple and passion fruit, ending with zingy lime, a textured mouthfeel and a lingering finish.
A lean, crisp wine that’s extremely flexible when it comes to food. It’s not a great fan of butter or cream, but when served with goat’s cheese or dishes with leafy green herbs and vegetables it truly shines. Show off your pairing skills by serving fresh Snapper ceviche, spicy Shrimp ravioli or a Goats cheese salad with asparagus and beetroot next time you open a bottle of the Diemersfontein Sauvignon Blanc.
Perfect balance between acidity and saline minerality with a long finish. From vineyards in the Wachau, Austria near the Dürnstein castle ruins where Richard the Lionheart was imprisoned during the Crusades. Will age for at least 10 years. Unoaked, "Slow Wine", Vegetarian and Vegan
This hand crafted boutique wine has been matured for more than 18 months in French oak barrels and bottle matured. Intense Ruby Garnet in colour. Plums, dry prunes, damsons and cherries with hints of dry mint, cinnamon and violets and notes of spices and herbs. Full and rich, juicy and appealing....
This small production of Sauvignon blanc, Chardonnay and Semillon is the result of many years of research into the best possible expression of the quartzitic sandstone derived soils and our cool, maritime expression. Complexity and character are built through fermentation and ageing in ceramic eggs and amphorae, and carefully blended....
A fabulously aromatic Rhône-inspired blend, with bramble fruit, violets and complex smoky-mineral notes. The palate is seamlessly textured and beautifully balanced, with real lift yet no lack of power