Grapes from Stellenbosch, blend of 53% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay and 17% Pinot Meunier. Pale, lemony golden colour. Delicate, yet intriguing nose, with notes of custard patisserie, brioche and delicate summer blossoms. The palate has a well integrated bead and delicate mousse, is dry and balanced. Savoury, nutty character from the extended maturation is prominent with a definite surge of fresh red fruit.
A stylish aperitif or a lovely companion throughout an exquisite meal.
About the winery:
Mulderbosch, situated in the Stellenbosch Hills and is widely accepted as being one of the best wine producers in the country. Winemaker Henry Kotzé shows his talents in fine whites and elegant red, with enormous respect for terroir. Mulderbosch aspires to be part of the top producers of Chenin Blanc wines, has a widely popular Rosé and makes a top Bordeaux blend.
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