This is a stellar example of how to do South African Chard right. Delicate white florals and a firm minerality mingle with fruit notes of Gala apple and Anjou pear. The mouth is weighty but not flabby and a soft sweet woody spice lingers on the long finish.
There’s great minerality to this wine, as aromas of chalky soil mix with notes of brisk red apple skin, hard pear and a drizzle of honey. Fresh apple slices and orange citrus flavors liven up the mouth, ending with a lively and mouthwatering finish.
This is rather hot on the nose, but past that are aromas of banana, pineapple and melon. These lovely fruits carry to the refreshing palate, finishing with hay, light cream and toast.
This wine has a delicate nose of citrus and spicy nuts, with robust, round flavors of apple, citrus and spice. Balanced acid and fruit means the wine has complexity, but is still refreshing. Mouthwatering and food friendly, the Chardonnay has added class.
This wine has a restrained, elegant character that offers minerality and deep Chardonnay fruit on the palate. Aromas of lemon and spice on the nose are followed by full-bodied flavors and a toasted nut finish. Poised and pretty, it will pair well with most dishes.
Aromas of green apples and grass take the lead on this unwooded Chardonnay from pioneer South African Chardonnay vintner Danie de Wet. A Chablis-style character follows, with flavors of peaches and nuts, and the citrus adds a pleasurable zing to the finish.