2007 Spice Route Sauvignon Blanc By Cult Winemaker Charles Back and Eben Sadie - Swartland - 18 Bottle (0.75L)

Description
2007 Spice Route Sauvignon Blanc By Cult Winemaker Charles Back and Eben Sadie - Swartland - 18 Bottle (0.75L)
White wine - South Africa

18 bottles great "loire style" Sauvignon Blanc from 2007.
Despite the age very fresh and bodied. Very well stored.

Made by third generation famous wine maker Charles Black and Eben Sabie, check out their reputation

Spice Route:

Charles Back, owner of Spice Route, is one of the pioneers in Swartland. At the end of the 90s he found a vineyard with over 30 year old Sauvignon Blanc sticks that produced wine of exceptional quality. Together with winemaker Eben Sadie, he planted new grape varieties around this oldest block of Sauvignon, most as separate shrubs, so-called "bush vines". The basis of the winery was an old tobacco barn, formerly called Klein Amoskuil. The wines of Spice Route quickly became a success!

Packed in 18 bottles package to make shipping costs a better value

Lot details
Mixed lot
No
Type
White wine
Vintage
2007
Producer, Name of wine
Spice Route Sauvignon Blanc By Cult Winemaker Charles Back and Eben Sadie
Number of bottles
18
Bottle size
Bottle (0.75L)
Country
South Africa
Region
Swartland
Label Condition
Fully intact, readable label
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