Limited production of less than 00 bottles for this unique white... This wine has a mineral nose with notes of jasmine, lime. Mouth highlights the aromas of grapefruit, of white peach and a touch of salt. It's probably the wine the more complex and unique domain. The long structured finish portends a very long possible custody.
Kokerboom, the name of a native plant of the family of the Aloe that grows near the vineyard of Sadie Family, is a very peculiar wine.
Wise assemblage of white semillon (70%) and semillon gray (30%), grape that does wonders in South Africa, well there is curiously little planted. Coming from very old vines of the 1930s.
Trekpoort Kloof in the Olifants River region, vineyard Virgin historically to any chemistry.
Age of the vines: 85
Yields of 17 hl/ha
At the winery
Raised in used casks for 18 months on its Lees
Agree suggestion food wine
The reference in South Africa
|Type of products||Wines|
|Appellation||- South Africa|
|Title supplement||Olifants River|
|Stock information||Sold out|
|Producer||The Sadie Family|
|Capacity||75 cl bottle|
|Main style||Elegant - Refined|
|Grape varieties||Sémillon blanc et gris|
|Main grape variety||No|
|Consumption recommendation||2019 - 2030|