The Cederberg lies about 250 km north of Cape Town. This vast region encompasses approximately 162 000 ha of rugged mountainous terrain, stretching from the Pakhuis Pass behind Clanwilliam in the north, to Grootrivier in the south, towards Ceres. Forty six kilometres inland from the N7, between Citrusdal and Clanwilliam – with two mountain ranges separating the farm from the Olifants River – lies Cederberg Private Cellar on the farm Dwarsrivier. It is the highest wine farm above sea level in the Western Cape.
Nose: Beautiful layers of melon, grapefruit and fleshy white pear.
Palate: Four months lees contact ensured a mouth coating creaminess on the palate with a lively crisp acidity to finish off.
Finish: The high altitude vineyards make this Chenin Blanc truly unique, clean fruity finish that lingers beautifully.
Food Pairing: This wine will be well suited to creamy dishes as well as light summer lunches.
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