What South African White Wine lacks in heritage, it more than makes up for in innovation as winemakers use the variations in climate and terroir to straddle the line between New World and Old World styles.
A typical feature of the Upper Hemel en Aarde Valley is the maritime fog that enters along the valley floor in the evening >
A sophisticated white blend, full of finesse, that endeavours to reflect its maritime location. Floral and apple aromas >
A limited edition of just 1,200 bottles from the highly acclaimed 2013 vintage, which is a barrel selection of very best >
A highly versatile sauvignon/semillon blend, with its herbaceous and lifted fruit flavours suggesting pairings with lighter >
Chenin Blanc at its very best. light and fresh, yet with a good depth of soft white fruit, apple and a slight honeyed character. >
Terrific Chenin Blanc, at a wonderful price. Fresh and full of pure fruit flavour, including apples, citrus notes and a >
Gently oaked Chardonnay from the Cape. Full and fruity - tropical fruits, backed by subtle buttery notes from the oak. A >
From one of the most renowned wine areas in Western Cape, The Wolftrap White bursts with floral aromas and a lovely rich >
This delicious white Bordeaux blend is from multi-award winning Sumaridge Estate in the Hemel-en-Aarde Valley, South Africa. >
Typically Viognier - full of fresh stone fruit flavours with peach and apricot combining on the nose, backed by citrushints. >
DeMorgenzon's Reserve Chenin Blanc gets better and better, year on year. The show stopping 2017 Reserve Chenin Blanc displays >
Very high-quality estate-bottled Sauvignon. Strikingly pure
and fresh with an exotic nose of fig, green asparagus and
De Morgenzon means "The morning sun" for being the first portion of land to see the sun in Stellenboschkloof valley.