Anthonij RupertCape of Good Hope - Riebeeksrivier Chenin Blanc 2020

Product code: 10965
£15.75 inc VAT
Country
Country: South Africa
Region
Sub-Region
Sub-Region: Swartland
Type
Winery
Alcohol
Alcohol: 13.5%
Volume
Volume: 750 ml
Grape
Grape: Chenin Blanc
Grape: 100% Chenin Blanc
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Country
Country: South Africa
Region
Sub-Region
Sub-Region: Swartland
Type
Winery
Alcohol
Alcohol: 13.5%
Volume
Volume: 750 ml
Grape
Grape: Chenin Blanc
Grape: 100% Chenin Blanc

Product Notes

Anthonij Rupert Cape of Good Hope - Riebeeksrivier Chenin Blanc is a refreshing white wine that is made from the Chenin Blanc grapes grown in the Riebeeksrivier Valley in the Western Cape of South Africa. This wine is characterized by its fresh and fruity aroma, which is reminiscent of ripe apples and pears. On the palate, it offers a refreshing taste of citrus and tropical fruits with a light mineral finish. It is a medium-bodied wine that is well-balanced and has a bright acidity that makes it a perfect pairing for light seafood dishes or charcuterie. Overall, this wine is a great representation of the exceptional quality of South African wines.

Tasting Notes

Oatmeal, macadamia nuts and creamy stone fruit on the nose.The palate echoes those flavours with its richness and breadth. Peach pip, nectarine and stone fruit are fresh and lively while the oak supports it in a well-defined cradle.The wine is powerful yet refined and structured. Nothing is superfluous and it’s perfectly proportioned with a long finish of flavour that ends with a delightfully pithy citrus twist.

About the Winery

Anthonij Rupert

Anthonij Rupert is a famous South African winery established on the L’Ormarins farm in the town of Franschhoek. Originally, Anthonij Rupert owned the estate and the vineyards. However, after he passed away in 2001, Johann Rupert, his brother, took over the ownership rights in 2003. After the change of owners, the winery witnessed a surge in its potential and production.

Johann went into an intense pursuit of quality and excellence. He did so to honour his brother. He changed the estate’s name from L’Ormarins to Anthonij Rupert to depict his passion and ambition. It was all because his brother’s dream was to see the region of the Cape produce and distribute world-class and high standard wines. Johann constructed and incorporated various state-of-the-art technological advancements and winemaking facilities into the winery. He implemented modern techniques and practices to enrich the soil of the vineyards and the quality of the produced wines. 

Overall, the vineyards of Anthonij Rupert get blessed with beneficial factors. The soil comprises granite and sandstone. They provide the nutrients necessary for the growth and development of the grapevines. The undulating curves of the hillside allow the area to become warm and cold. The place also experiences a few windy spots. The workers and staff at the vineyards practice and implement organic and sustainable methods of viticulture. They do so to ensure that the land and its characteristics do not get affected negatively. It can be due to the use of chemicals and synthetic fertilisers. 

The estate and land of Anthonij Rupert get the perfect amount of sunshine and rainfall per year. It helps to enhance the quality of the grown grapevines and the produced wines. For that reason, the drinks of the winery are of the highest standard. They are precisely like what the late Anthonij Rupert desired.

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