COASTAL REGION, SOUTH AFRICA
Nadia Bernard is the cellar master at False Bay, which was established by Paul Boutinot in 1994. The wines were wild yeast fermented, no acid additions and so on, revolutionary at the time but the norm now, these wines have a lovely coastal influence which retains freshness and makes them very very drinkable.
Very smart varietal Shiraz, savoury but polished and seriously appealing. Dark garnet with a violet rim. Fresh lifted berry fruit that draws you in! Full yet elegant with bramble aromas...
Wild yeast fermentation is key to this benchmark Chenin Blanc. The long wild yeast ferment provides bready aromas and additional complexity to the wine. Dried herbaceous notes, including fennel and...
Perfect Pinotage - youthful, vibrant and fruity. This wine has a bright nose of summer pudding and cream. The palate has a savoury earthiness redolent of its sandy provenance.