False Bay - Sauvignon Blanc 75cl, South Africa

€7.65 €9.00
  • Sauvignon Blanc 75cl, South Africa - False Bay

False Bay - Sauvignon Blanc 75cl, South Africa

€7.65 €9.00

Grapes for this authentic Sauvignon Blanc come from cool, windswept, coastal vineyards, resulting in naturally balanced grapes and wild yeast ferments with additions avoided.

Fabulous seaside Sauvignon. Fresh and zesty with grassy and dry bay leaf aromatics, fynbos (indidgenous South African bush), mineral notes, with hints of richness. This is a restrained Sauvignon Blanc with a palate that has lots of minerality and citrus with just a touch of green pepper and grass.

False Bay Windswept Sauvignon Blanc stems from vineyards in Stellenbosch, some of which are a mere 3 miles from The Atlantic Ocean. These vineyards allow for low yields, slower ripening, natural acidity and a greater concentration of flavours. If one wants to make sauvignon blanc naturally, these are just the type of grapes required. Made by Waterkloof's talented young Cellarmaster Nadia Barnard. Balanced grapes are hand harvested, then a portion of the juice is fermented spontaneously with wild yeast and the rest is inocculated. The wine spends a minimum of 6 months on lees before bottling. No additions other than sulphur as a preservative. Grown, made and bottled in South Africa. Vegan friendly wine. False Bay - Real Wine.

False Bay Vineyards is named after the bay which frames Waterkloof’s eagle’s view from the top of the Schapenberg Hill outside Somerset West. As an extension of this estate’s wine portfoliowhich fully adheres to the philosophy of uncompromised quality and exceptional value for money, the False Bay Vineyards ranges offer wines of character that capture Cape terroir and place at an affordable, everyday price. Grapes are sourced from the wealth of excellent vineyards in and around the Cape Winelands and this collection of easy-drinking yet quality driven wines are crafted by a passionate team led by winemaker Nadia Barnard, a traditionalist at heart and custodian of the Waterkloof Cellar.

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