Situated between 70 meters and 343 meters above sea level, with a constant sea breeze above 150 meters, temperatures remain cool, preserving the fruit during ripening. With the ocean a mere 10 kilometres away, the wind plays an important factor, too, often stressing the vineyard and resulting in an increase in concentration and flavour in the fruit. The higher slopes are some of the colder slopes in the Cape, with fewer sunlight hours and lower temperatures being ideal for preserving the acidity and pH of white varieties, most especially Sauvignon Blanc
Light green in appearance with aromas of gooseberry along side lemon and lime citrus. The palate has a crisp minerality with fresh acidity complemented by papaya, sweet melon, lemon, lime, and passion fruit.
This beautiful wine can be paired with many choices. Smoked salmon, goat cheese salads and a variety of light meats and vegetables work well with the lemon and citrus notes and fresh acidity of the wine.