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Sauvignon Blanc
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TASTING NOTES.>>This straw-coloured wine has an aroma of herbs and tropical fruit, with hints of lime and green fig. These complex flavours carry through to the creamy, harmonious palate adding to the mineral zesty finish. Ready to drink now and the ideal partner for smoked fish, seafood and creamy poultry or veal dishes.
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Chardonnay
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TASTING NOTES.>> The palate. Well balanced the soft, buttery character , from barrel fermentation and maturation adds to the complexity and roundness of the wine. Ideally served with fish and shellfish, poultry and soft cheeses, this wine also complements rich, creamy sauces.
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Shiraz
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TASTING NOTES:>> Exuberant yet still delicate red fruit on the nose with fresh raspberries, cherries and a touch of pomegranate. The palate delivers a combination of white spices, ranging from star aniseed to white pepper and lovely dark roasted oak flavours. The aftertaste is vibrant and enduring. Enjoyable on release yet full of richly textured for great complexity and potential for up to 8 years.
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Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon
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TASTING NOTES.>>Dense yet still vibrant red in colour with attractive layers of ripe red currants and concentrated berry fruits touches of liquorice and white spice on the nose. A juicy concentrated berry entry continues smoothly through the midpalate with further lingering flavours of cassis, mocha and oak spice supported by well integrated ripe Cabernet Sauvignon tannins that lend great finesse and structure. The wine is ready to be consumed with potential for another 5-8 years in a bottle.

 

BOSCHENDAL WINES

Boschendal is a focal point in the powerful forces of time, with a story at the very heart of the history of South Africa. Although the title deed for ‘Bossendaal’ dates back to 1685, evidence of the earliest inhabitants of the Franschhoek valley date back to the stone ages some 700 000 years ago.

But it is with the first official owner, French Huguenot Jean le Long that our heritage unfolds in the annals of time. From the early days under ownership of the De Villiers family who laid the farming foundations and built the historic Manor House to the later custodianship of powerful mining magnate Cecil John Rhodes and the formidable era of the Rhodes Fruit Farms, the common thread in these fascinating chronicles is the distinct sense of place that shaped the dream that we are living today.

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