Zandvliet Wine Estate straddles the Cogmans River, with the great Langeberg Mountains throwing a giant arm around it from the north and disappearing to the south-east. A small range of low limestone hills lie on Zandvliet’s southern half, bringing the special magic to its kalkveld (calcareous earth) terroir. Only 130 kilometres due south is the southernmost point of Africa, Cape Agulhas, the dynamo of the breezes that cool our hills in summer.
This low alcohol (7.17%) natural sweet wine bursts with intense flavours of apricots, orange peel and rose petals with hints of spice. These flavours follow through onto a smoothly balanced palate with a long lingering aftertaste.