The Winery of Good Hope Mixed Case ($129.95 per case)
Stellenbosch, South Africa
Western Cape, South Africa
Regular price$50.00per case 6 bottles per case
Classy, elegant & approachable
This is a Winery-direct offer. Place your order before April 18th and receive your case of wine in 12 weeks. To reserve your case of wine you only need to pay a $50 deposit today, the balance will be invoiced on arrival.
The Winery of Good Hope elaborates extremely approachable, classy and elegant, all-occasion wines that are highly drinkable – and highly affordable. They believe in making delicious, value-for-money wines, no matter what the price tag says. And that’s what we they with the wines in this range.
This mixed case includes one bottle of each wine.
Bush Vine Chenin Blanc 2020. These grapes are grown in the Helderberg area on decomposed granite soils where they benefit from the cooling breezes of the ocean, which moderate our hot climate. Our Bush Vine Chenin Blanc grapes were picked at different levels of ripeness, to build good acidity, fruit and depth.
Reserve Pinot Noir 2019. From the beautiful regions of Stanford and Stellenbosch where beauty knows no bounds. This elegant Pinot Noir shows freshness and ripe fruit. The berries were removed, intact, from the stems and transported to fermentation tanks by employing a gondola hoist system developed to ensure the most gentle treatment of the whole berries.
Mountainside Syrah 2020. Their two mature Syrah vineyards are planted on the decomposed granite soils of the Helderberg mountainside overlooking False Bay. Here the vines benefit from the cooling breezes of the famous Cape Doctor, the South-Easterly wind which blows off the ocean only a few kilometres away. The rocky, gravelly soil helps to produce balanced and finely textured wines which show restrained fruit, lovely spice and fynbos notes.
Full Berry Fermentation Pinotage 2020. They work with two vineyards for this Pinotage, one based in Northern Stellenbosch and the other in Voor Paardeberg, approaching 20 years old respectively. The former on sandy and very heavily decomposed quartz and granite soils, the latter on weathered, granite derived soils.
Oceanside Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2018. The vines that produce this attractive blend are grown in rocky, Koffieklip (heavily decomposed granite) soils. Both varieties are grown on South-East facing slopes, overlooking False bay with cooling ocean breezes.