Strandveld

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Strandveld wines are made from specially selected vines. But a few thousand bottles are made from only the finest grapes which uniquely express the terroir of the Strandveld.

The Strandveld Vineyards range is crafted from grapes grown in specific soils – yellow ferricrete for the Sauvignon Blanc and white quartzite for the Syrah. These wines are the ultimate expression of the place and time of their creation.

“It is, quite simply, the best wine that we can make”.

Suikerbekkie Noble Late Harvest

Vintage description This delightfully sweet Noble Late Harvest made from Sauvignon Blanc grapes was matured in aged French oak barrels for 24 months. This wine, named after the Cape Sugarbird, will only be produced in exceptional years, with this maiden 2012 vintage being the first release in a decade of winemaking at Strandveld Vineyards.

Pinot Noir

Tasting Notes

  • Strawberry on the nose, with dark moist soil characters. Sour cherries in the glass lead to a lovely tannin structure.
  • Will age for the next 5 years in the bottle.

Pofadderbos Single Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc

Tasting Notes

  • Big tropical fruit flavours on the nose, creamy and full on the palate with an oyster shell minerality on the aftertaste and complemented by a lovely natural acidity.

Adamastor

Tasting Notes

  • Wet gravel with an intense flintiness, combined with floral aromas.
  • Full and creamy on the palate, with a combination of toasted oak flavours and a dry minerality on the aftertaste.

Syrah

Tasting Notes

  • A full-bodied wine with cloves, cracked black pepper and spicy aromas.
  • Layered with intense black berry fruit flavours.
  • A rich palate with firm tannins, backed by well integrated oak.
  • A serious Shiraz.
  • Enjoy with dishes such as roast beef, duck and venison.

The Navigator

Tasting Notes

  • Aromas of cool-climate spice with white pepper and cloves.
  • Floral hints courtesy of the Viognier. The spiciness carries through to the palate and is complemented by black berry flavours. The Grenache contributes dried-peach tannins, with a long finish.
  • The wine has an ageing potential of 5 – 10 years.

Anders Sparrman Pinot Noir 2009

Tasting Notes

  • The wine is for release in July 2011 and we believe that it will only reach its true potential in years to come.
  • During its youthful appraisal, we discovered a wine with a ruby-purple colour, promising dark moist soil with wild strawberry and sour cherry in the glass, followed by a savory richness of tannins and spice with a pronounced minerality.