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Grapes sourced from Paarl. The wine is named after the majestic mountain range that surrounds the Karoo. Part of the fermentation on old French oak barrels, with daily batonnage, after which the wine matured for 8 months. Rich palate, full of texture and flavour, with well-balanced acidity. Notes of apricot and peach with lingering flavours of poached pears and a hint of quince.
Complements grilled fish, stews or mild curries.
About the winery:
Andri Hanekom, Bloemendal winemaker, gave his family name to this small-scale project. He selects quality grapes from the classic South African wine regions and makes his personal cuvées, with utmost respect for terroir. Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc of top quality!
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