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This wine is made from the oldest Colombar vines in South Africa, planted in 1986 on decomposed granite soils with lots of sand and some shallow clay. They sit at the base of the valley, bush vines sprouting among prickly pear trees, shrouded in fog that drifts down from the mountains in the morning.

The nose brims with delicate white flowers, crunchy green apple, and river pebbles. The palate is super citrusy with a herbaceous background of bay leaf and fresh thyme. It’s also got a slightly chewy phenolic texture alongside laser-like acidity. There’s an intensity of flavour and character here driving it forward like its gathering speed – it’s delicious now but I’m sure it would gain some incredible complexity over a few years if you can resist it.

Winemaker Kayleigh is bright, funny, and vivacious, and her personality really comes across in the wines she makes. Despite also being the winemaker at Kaapzicht – one of the major names in the area – in her mid-twenties, Kayleigh speaks with real sense of humility.

12% / 75cl