Jocelyn Hogan Wilson buys grapes from small parcels, rents cellar space and makes wines. Nothing unique about that - it is what plenty of talented winemakers are doing, but what she is doing is producing tiny quantities.
Her Chenin Blanc is getting wonderful write ups from the great critics, and all we got was 18 bottles. This, like so many wines from the Cape, should be grabbed while you can.
From a cooler site (southeast facing), this is quite brilliant. Textured pear, citrus and apple fruit with depth of flavour but also nice freshness. Give this a couple of years...
A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cinsault and Carignan, this is a Stellenbosch/Wellington blend. It’s fresh with nice vivid sweet cherry and plum fruit. Nicely textured this is fine and expressive...