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Windfall’s Cabernet Sauvignon is a medium bodied wine which boasts mint notes with herb characteristics. The front palate is dry with a slightly sweet finish, this is embodied with slight grass notes as well as warm baked fruits, making this the perfect accompaniment to chicken, or a traditional South African braai.R100.00
The Chenin Blanc were harvested fully ripe at 24 Balling by hand , cooled down to 10 degrees Celsius , crushed, only free run juice used and innoculated with yeast to ferment. VIN 13 / NT 116 yeast co innoculation to ferment. The Viognier were harvested two weeks later and the free run juice aded to the fermenting Chenin blanc must Fermented at 16 degrees Centigrade , 6 weeks to complete fermentation Post fermentationt the wine spent 3 months on it’s thick lees with low sulphur at 9 degrees Centigrade.R73.00
Nose: Ripe fruit with a hint of citrus.
Pallet: Light, but complex, well balanced acid.R65.00
Deep ruby red colour.Â Fresh fruity aromas of berries and ripe banana, complemented by delicate wood maturation flavours.Â Soft easy drinking, medium bodied wine with soft sweetish tannins.R55.00
Heavy clay soils rich in limestone allow this Chardonnay to emit optimum varietal expression in a cloak of rich complexity. An un-wooded wine, Limestone Hill has notes of grapefruit and nuts, with the complexity balanced by a nuanced elegance ending with a delicate ripeness.R94.00
Springfield Estate Methode Ancienne Chardonnay 2009 is in the ancient style of Burgundy, rarely is this technique with wild yeast and no fining/filtration used in the new world. Thus, a wine of distinctive and classical character, it will develop slowly and is made to last (we hope) a lifetime. Nuances of lime, cointreau and oranges a big wine with classical character!R312.00
Candied pineapple, mango, lemon blossom, Eucalyptus honey, sun kissed raisins mingle with hints of spice, lemongrass and bursts of marmelade on this unctuous, complex sweet Muscat.R75.00
Nose: Licorice, sea shells, forest floor.R115.00
Pallet: Full round with lingering mouth feel.
A deep purple colour. On the nose you get an intense mixture of berries and pepper. The palate reveals Blue- and Blackberries, pomegranate and white pepperwith a long smokey finish.R105.00
Fruit forward nose featuring ripe cherries and plums with softly integrated vanilla spice.
Fruity and soft with a smooth red berry flavours and herbaceous brambly character.R21.00
Nose: Scent of tabacco, cigar box, spice, cherries and fresh red fruit Pallet: Fruit driven with round tannin Shiraz Maturation: 10 Months Foudre Cask followed by 3 months in neutral, 225L barrels
It is blended from a selection of the best wines of the harvest with the fruit all being harvested gently and quietly in the early hours and pressed while the grapes are still cool to help retain aroma and flavour. (Itâ€™s tough to contain ourselves from erupting with glee during the process.)
This beautifully balanced white wine offers good texture with layers of tropical fruit. A fresh acidity follows through to a long, satisfying finish.
From the start, our aim was to produce a Sauvignon Blanc of real character. But of course, itâ€™s a Fat Bastard!R71.00
In order to achieve a luscious, juicy wine, we try to have as little intervention in the cellar as possible.The result is a velvety wine with softer tannins and classical varietal characteristics. This traditional wine is unfiltered and unfined, which may deposit sediment and might require decanting.R141.50
An opulent sweet fortified wine of unfailingly high quality. Its colour is that of glowing garnet and the texture luscious and silky. Characteristic muscat flavours mingle beautifully with the taste of sun-dried raisins.R58.00
Colour: Deep ruby red.
Nose: The wine welcomes you to a classic nose filled with aromas of cassis, spice and hints of dark chocolate.
Palate: The aromas follow through onto an elegant palate that finishes with a smooth lingering aftertaste.
Appreciation: Not necessary to decant, but please chill
Excellent everyday enjoyment with red meats, pizzas. Pasta and spicy foods.
Every year the vineyard battles against nature in order to produce highly concentrated, powerful wines with a flinty, mineral character true to the quartz rock in which it is grown. Monumental human effort was required to plant the vines. Implements destroyed, and, in the case of the older vineyards, dynamite deployed. A true expression of the site’s terroir, this wine will drink well now, or can be enjoyed in the next 2-3 years.R109.00