Wine De Wetshof, "Limelight" Chardonnay-Pinot Noir, 2016
Reviews of purchase De Wetshof, "Limelight" Chardonnay-Pinot Noir, 2016
The wine is characterized by a light apricot color.
Lightweight and very taste of wine beverage has excellent freshness, which gradually turns into a soft fruity aftertaste.
In the aromatic bouquet of wine contains tones of peaches, apricots and ripe pears.
Experts recommend to consume this wine paired with a variety of pasta, pizza, smoked salmon and sushi.
"Limelight" Chardonnay-Pinot Noir, 2014 - white dry wine from the company De Vetskhof, which is made from a blend of grape varieties Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. The cause of the title line of "Limelight" is very interesting. The soil in which it grows grapes have the highest content of limestone among all regions of South Africa. When the valley illuminated by the light of the full moon and the stars, the soil begins to exude a pale, flickering light, thanks to its high content in its composition of limestone. Robertson Valley is characterized by cold winters and sunny summers. Fresh southerly breeze cools the grapes, providing it with a uniform and full maturation. Night - cold and often vague. Dry climate and wind provide grapes protection from pests. Thanks to all these conditions, grapes and wine created from it have an attractive freshness in taste and aroma.
Dani de Wet - the owner and manager of the company's cellars, and Johann Peter and sons Danny and help him with vineyards, winemaking and marketing. Dani is a pioneer in the production of noble white wines of South Africa, he currently represents and excellent red wines from the valley Robertson. Dani graduated from the German Institute Geisenheim, which is one of the world's leading centers for the study of viticulture.
Manor De Westhofen - a snow-white buildings, which are surrounded by a variety of bushes of roses and beautiful trees. Thousands of local and foreign tourists annually visit De Vetskhof to try excellent wine, learn about the history of the estate and look into the future of South African wines.