Wine making lies in the blood of the Louw family that has been involved in making wine in Durbanville over many centuries.


The nose is intense and complex with tropical fruit, gooseberry and passion fruit flavors and a hint of green fig. These distinctive aromas support a wonderfully balanced palate, presenting purity of ripe fruit. The palate weight of Maastricht Sauvignon Blanc is also a distinguishing factor, adding to the prestige of this variety synonymous with Durbanville Valley. After fermentation, the wine was allowed to mature on the lees for a minimum of two months to gain extra complexity.
Concours Mondial du Sauvignon: Gold, Tim Atkin: 88
Beautiful salmon coloured Pinotage Rose with notes of pomegranate, cranberry with nuances of candy floss and floral notes add to the complexity of this wine.
Platter: 81
The nose shows spicy aromas, complemented by coffee, dark chocolate and cigar box notes. Dark berry fruit, cherries and spice follow through on the palate. This is a full bodied wine with soft, but firm tannins, giving a balanced mouth feel and long finish. Maturation into 225l French Oak barrels. Minimum fining and filtering was done before bottling.
Veritas: Bronze, Prescient: 90, Platter: 85
A full-bodied dry Cabernet Sauvignon, reflecting an intense ruby red colour. Flavours of blackcurrant, pencil shavings and spice is evident on the nose. These flavours follow through on the palate, to produce a complex wine with juicy tannins and a velvety finish. Will mature well over the next 10 years. Ageing in French oak lasted 12 months in 30% new oak.
Platter: 83
MERLOT *201911.00
The nose shows hints of the spicy characteristics of the variety, and is complemented by dark berry fruit flavours. These flavours follow through on the palate, finishing with a juicy and elegant mouthfeel. Matured in 225L French Oak barrels with minimum fining and filtering before bottling.
Platter: 85
Savoury, with cardamon, clove & curry leaf spicing up the pretty plum fruit. Unforced, energetic and engaging, very satisfying with juicy and elegant mouthfeel. Malolactic fermentation took place in tank before the wine was racked into 225L French Oak barrels.
Tim Atkin: 87, Platter: 85
Red fruits and a touch of black cherry, combined with hints of toasty elegantly soft tannins and a big, juicy mouthfeel rounding off the wine. For barrel maturation, 60% French and 40% American oak was used, comprising 40% new wood, with the balance made up of 2nd and 3rd fill barrels. The wine was matured for 12 months.
 Platter: 85, Veritas: Silver Outstanding
PINOT NOIR *201714.20
Good colour intensity for this famously light-coloured varietal. The nose of the wine is driven by red fruit and hints of spice, rounded off by an elegant and juicy tannin structure, typical of the Durbanville area. For barrel maturation, 100% French oak was used (10% new) with the balance made up of 2nd and 3rd fill barrels. The wine was matured for 12 months.
 Platter: 83, Michelangelo: Gold, Veritas: Silver