Full yet elegant with bramble fruit aromas, cassis and black cherry flavours on the palate and a touch of white pepper spice (more in the northern Rhone mould than Barossa brawn) - structure provided by fine tannins with a long rich, ripe finish.
Embark on an adventure in Cape Terroir. The False Bay wines are sourced from some of the best sites across the Cape, brought together under the watchful care and attention of Waterkloofs winemaker Werner Engelbrecht. The Sauvignon Blanc is based on a parcel of very aromatic cool climate fruit from Durbanville, a small component of richer more ropical fruit from Paardeberg and even a small component from Paul Boutinots own Waterkloof estate in Stellenbosch, brought together to create a wine that is much more than the sum of its parts. Our unoaked Chardonnay is sourced from old low yielding vines in Roberston, our favourite area for fine taut Chardonnay with a pronounced minerality. The very wild (yeast) Chenin is from a small patch of old dry grown bush vines.