"A delicious Sauvignon Blanc with Guava and other tropical fruit aromas. The palste is long lingering with some fresh acidity on the end."
The name on the Farm’s Title Deed is “Ganzekraal” which means “Goose Enclave”. The farm and surrounding area was given the name over a century ago when Wild Geese from the area flew down during the day to rest in the cattle and sheep closures. They would forage on the seeds and pips in the feed, while the animals were out on pasture. This behaviour was especially prevalent during the times of drought. Now more than 100 years later Retief Goosen introduces the world to his unique wines from his farm in the Upper-Langkloof valley on the Garden Route of South Africa. There are 5 large dams on the farm that host various Water Fowl, including the “Spur-Winged Geese”, Africa’s largest and heaviest fresh water Geese.
Fresh, fruity and supple, this wine is an easy every day drinker from a great Rhone producer. Contains Sulphites
Dehydrated raspberries and strawberries with some lovely chorizo like spice and a bit of gentle alcohol warmth. It is just a really tasty, summery wine.
Dark fruit, leather and liquorice with a balanced cherry and spice palate and a hint of green on the finish. Contains Sulphites