2017 The Wolftrap White Blend

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$9.99

3 in stock

Winemaker Notes

An alluring nose shows white peach, apricot and apple blossom aromas in abundance. The nose follows through with flavors of nectarine and hints of pineapple and peach melba. The wine is smooth and round with slight oak nuances, a fleshy mid-palate, balanced, integrated acidity and a vibrant, lingering, stone fruit finish.

About Boekenhoutskloof Vineyards

The farm and homestead was bought and restored in 1993, and a new vineyard planting programme was established that now includes Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Grenache, Semillon and Viognier.

In 2003 The Wolftrap brand was launched. Even though no evidence of wolves has ever been found on Boekenhoutskloof. The name is a tribute to the poineers who in the early days of Cape Hope erected a wolf trap at Boekenhoutskloof.  To date, no wolf either real or mystical has been seen in the valley.

2017 The Wolftrap White Blend

$9.99

3 in stock

Country

Size

Vintage

Winemaker Notes

An alluring nose shows white peach, apricot and apple blossom aromas in abundance. The nose follows through with flavors of nectarine and hints of pineapple and peach melba. The wine is smooth and round with slight oak nuances, a fleshy mid-palate, balanced, integrated acidity and a vibrant, lingering, stone fruit finish.

About Boekenhoutskloof Vineyards

The farm and homestead was bought and restored in 1993, and a new vineyard planting programme was established that now includes Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Grenache, Semillon and Viognier.

In 2003 The Wolftrap brand was launched. Even though no evidence of wolves has ever been found on Boekenhoutskloof. The name is a tribute to the poineers who in the early days of Cape Hope erected a wolf trap at Boekenhoutskloof.  To date, no wolf either real or mystical has been seen in the valley.

Winemaker Notes

An alluring nose shows white peach, apricot and apple blossom aromas in abundance. The nose follows through with flavors of nectarine and hints of pineapple and peach melba. The wine is smooth and round with slight oak nuances, a fleshy mid-palate, balanced, integrated acidity and a vibrant, lingering, stone fruit finish.

About Boekenhoutskloof Vineyards

The farm and homestead was bought and restored in 1993, and a new vineyard planting programme was established that now includes Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Grenache, Semillon and Viognier.

In 2003 The Wolftrap brand was launched. Even though no evidence of wolves has ever been found on Boekenhoutskloof. The name is a tribute to the poineers who in the early days of Cape Hope erected a wolf trap at Boekenhoutskloof.  To date, no wolf either real or mystical has been seen in the valley.