Made in a dry, skin contact style from dry-farmed bush vines on the Paardeberg, this ain’t your nana’s Muscat. Muscat d’Alexandrie was among the first varieties brought to South Africa in the 1650’s. Hanepoot, as the grape is known locally, is well known for its ability to produce fortified wines. This variety is lesser known in a dry style and believe us it works, underpinning the unique way of doing things in the Swartland. Textured. Mineral. Spicy.
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