Maclears Beacon Chardonnay Semillon 75Cl
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Chardonnay/Semillon. Wine of South Africa. W.O. Western Cape.
- Contains: Milk & Sulphites
Rich yet fresh, with zingy lemon freshness and a peachy fruit finish.
|Region of Origin||Western Cape|
|Type of Closure||Screwcap|
|Wine Maker||Ben Jordaan|
|Taste Category||2 Crisp & dry|
The grapes were selected from vineyards situated on soft Karoo, alluvial and rich lime soils with a combination of trellis and bush vines. The grapes were either hand picked or mechanically harvested depending on the vineyards. Warm and dry vintage with an average temperature of between 25-35oC.
Sir Thomas Maclear became Her Majesty's Astronomer at the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa in 1833. As well as having a crater on the moon named after him, so was the highest point on Table Mountain - Maclear's Beacon. Visible from the Cape's vineyards, the iconic shape of Table Mountain reminds us every day that wine is best shared around a table with good food and great friends.
Western Cape, South Africa.
This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 1 year
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