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The wine’s name, Black Bream, is drawn from a synonym of our nation's national fish, the “Galjoen”. The endangered fish is normally found in inaccessible areas of the coastline with dangerous reefs and turbulent water, thus being safeguarded by its environment. Similar to this, these vineyards are protected by being in a hidden valley in the Walker Bay area, allowing for perfect conditions for optimal grape ripening.
The unique soils are a determining factor for the distinct wines created from this site. Delicate fruits of wild strawberries and red cherry, with a floral element of fresh violets that is underpinned by fragrant spices of cinnamon, clove and black tea. Time in the glass, reveals the salinity, which gives a distinctiveness to the wine. It is light on the palate but remains concentrated with fine grain fruit tannin, given length by the fresh and cool acidity.
Drinks exceptionally well now but cellar for another 4 – 6 years