After a great 2013 vintage 2014 shows even more promise and freshness than before with grapes ripening at lower sugar levels.
Stellenbosch Chenin, Viognier, Semillon and Verdelho along with Rousanne and Grenache blanc from the Voor-Paardeberg appellation and a newly added parcel of Swartland Chenin. This 2014 certainly is rich and concentrated but also shows more freshness as a result of earlier picking.
The nose shows marmalade, limes and burnt orange peel with some floral notes. Minerality leads on the palate with fresh citrus and a waxy, honeyed finish. Enjoy now or over the next 5 years with oysters and rich shellfish dishes.