If you ever find yourself in the heart of the Swartland, you're likely to see a familiar face. Boet Le Roux, farmer extraordinaire, is our own living legend. Tirelessly he battles the fierce South African sun to deliver only the finest the Swartland has to offer.
With crisp citrus fruit and a zesty, refreshing finish, Boet Le Roux's Old Vine Colombard has a lively larger-than-life character that's refreshingly good company all year round.
|Vintage:||2016||Grape Varietals:||100% Old Vine Colombard||ABV:||12.5%|
|Aging:||Aged on the fine lees for a 12 months. No Oak.|
Only free run juice was used. After settling and acid adjustment, it was inoculated with selected yeast. Fermentation was done at lower than usual temperatures to capture the fresh fruit flavors. The wine was stored on the fine less to preserve as much of the fresh fruit flavors.
excellent on his own,it will also compliment any salad, fish or seafood dishes.
|Item number||Unit||Units/Case||Type||UPC - bottle||SCC - case||SRP/Unit|
|SA1EE224073FCS||750ml||12||Glass||7 84585 02106 2||1 07 84585 02106 9||$12.99|
"Colombard is not considered one of the great wine grapes and is used mostly for Cognac in France and white jug wine in California. This old vine example from South Africa, though, is delicious. Crisp and refreshing with zesty acidity, it's a delightful wine to start a party. - Goran Kasanovic"
- The Washington Post (September 19th 2017), **