{Citrus & Grapefruit} Hand sorted Stellenbosch Sauvignon Blanc aged in New Oak to give a rich defined wine with Gunpowder flint.

Reyneke Reserve

  • Region : South Africa > Stellenbosch

    Tasting note : Grapefruit with flinty chalky mineral notes and a crushed rocks character dominate the nose. The palate is multi layered and rich with a mineral core. The oak is beautifully integrated adding to the structure and balance of the wine. The drinker will be rewarded by further ageing of the wine.

    Blend :  100% Sauvignon Blanc

    Ageing : barrel fermented and aged for 15 months in french oak.

    ABV :  13%  

    Drink me with : The best quality seared fillet that money can buy! 

    About the Producer : The Reyneke label was created in 1998 when Johan Reyneke Jr. took over the farming activities from his mother and produced the first wines on the family farm, Uitzicht. The 40ha farm faces the historic town of Stellenbosch and overlooks the surrounding mountain ranges and the beautiful False Bay.

    Since inception, Johan has moved from farming conventionally to farming organically and finally to farming and producing his wines in accordance with biodynamic principles. He is currently one of only a few winemakers in SA who produce biodynamic wines and is considered somewhat of a ground- breaker in this regard.

    The aim for Reyneke has always been to express the uniqueness of the farm's situation – the deep soil dotted with early stone age hand axes; the vines- some 40 years old; the crisp upland air – into the bottle. Reyneke believes that it is impossible to sense terroir if you are constantly changing it with chemicals. "The intention here is to interfere as little as possible, to allow nature to be the real maker of the wine and to truly produce terroir specific wines of the highest quality."